Realism in Ibsen’s a Doll’s House: a Critical Study

Ashti Anwar Muhammed, Asma Jasim Muhammad


This paper concentrates on Ibsen's realistic states of mind towards the nineteenth century Scandinavian middle class society. It additionally endeavours to make utilization of symbolism, transformation, art of portrayal, plot development, and solidarity of alternate extremes of Ibsen's ethical, social, and financial issues. Nora is intentionally uncovered not just as an image of Ibsen's modern woman's rights yet as a general women's liberation. Ibsen was worried with the emergency of progressivism, the contentions of the common families, lady's liberation, and the mental issue of the individual and the force of economy over human relations in industrialist society. It likewise goes for disclosing ladies' ordinary issues and social reality through applying typical authenticity in the play, A Doll's House. The point is to take a glimpse at Ibsen's unpretentious perspectives towards socio-reasonable feedback with a view to uncovering the then Scandinavian ladies' issues and social reality of the common family, the brief examination of authenticity, symbolic realism as appeared in this play through disclosing Ibsen's art of characterizations. 


Ibsen, A Doll’s House, Realism & Modern Drama.

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