Act I
Act II
Act III
Misc.
Literary Elements

100

Mrs. Linde comes to see Nora for this reason.
What is she wants help finding a job?

100

At the beginning of this act, Nora is waiting for what to happen.
What is she is expecting a threatening letter from Krogstad to Helmer?

100

This is the reason Mrs. Linde broke off her relationship with Krogstad.
What is she needed to marry for money to take care of her sick mother?

100

Men in the 1800s find this attractive of women. (Think of Helmer's reaction to Nora when she says she forgot the tarantella).
What is helplessness?

100

These conflicts are experienced throughout the play.
What is external and internal conflict? Bonus: How so?

200

Krogstad threatens Nora for this reason.
What is he is about to lose his job.

200

Nora does not ask Dr. Rank to lend her money for this reason.
What is it would be wrong to take advantage of his love?

200

This is the reason Mrs. Linde thinks Krogstad needs to let Torvald read the letter.
What is Nora and Torvald needs to stop living a lie?

200

In Act II, you can infer from Nora and Helmer's dialogue about firing Krogstad that a wife in the 1800s was expected to do this.
What is obey her husband?

200

From Nora and Helmer's dialogue about firing Krogstad, you can infer that a wife in the 1800s was expected to do this.
What is obey her husband?

300

Describe Nora tone and movements after Krogstad leaves from threatening her.
What is afraid?

300

This is the main reason Torvald wants to fire Krogstad from the bank.
What is he resents Krogstad's familiar manner with him?

300

This is how Torvald response after reading the inital letter from Krogstad.
What is he yells at Nora?

300

This issue is portrayed in the realistic modern drama of A Doll House.
What is conflicts of money?

300

Provide an example of dramatic tension (a.k.a. suspense) between Dr. Rank, Nora, and Torvald in Act III.
What is he is about to die, and Nora and the audience are aware of it?

400

A Doll House is considered a modern realistic drama as it focuses on what
What is the problems of ordinary people?

400

Nora says, "Torvald loves me beyond words, and, as he puts it, he'd like to keep me all to himself" (Act II). what is revealed about his character in these lines?
What is he is jealous, controlling?

400

This part of their marriage is missing, which Nora realizes at the end of Act III.
What is honest communication of feelings?

400

Helmer: Because the kind of atmosphere of lies infects the whole life of a home. We can infer Torvald views himself this way from this line.
What is morally righteous?

400

This is the symbolism of Nora's costume of the Italian dancer to the party.
What is Helmer has forced her to pretend?

500

Torvald tells Noar that everyone who "goes bad early in life has a mother who's a chronic liar." How does Nora feel after hearing this?
What is she feels worries that she may poison her children's lives?

500

This is the reason for Nora's wild performance of the tarantella.
What is she feels reckless after hearing about Krogstad's letter to Torvald?

500

Torvald forgives Nora after he reads Krogstad's NOTE. This is the reason Nora rejects his forgiveness.
What is she knows that he only loves his reputation?

500

In 19th century Norway, Torvald calls Nora "you little helpless thing." This is how men view women.
What is as weak creatures who need protection?

500

The following line is an example of what literary element: "Torvald: An exit should always be effective, Mrs. Linde, but that's what I can't get Nora to grasp." Bonus: Why?
What is foreshadowing? What is Nora will soon show that she knows when to leave?