In this monologue, Nora tells Christine how she earned money for a loan she had taken out without her husband's knowledge.
In this monologue, Nora tells Christine how it came to be that she was forced to devise a plan to move her husband to Italy.
PlayName: Doll's House, A
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Public domain
AuthorName: Henrik Ibsen
In this monologue, Nora tells her husband how it came to be that she doesn't love him anymore.
CharacterName: Nora Helmer
Age Range: 20s - Late, 30s - Early
Dialects: Standard American, Standard English
In this monologue, Nora tells her husband, Torvald, that she must go out in the world and try to educate herself.
Christine, who has recently been widowed, comes to visit her friend, Nora, whom she hasn't seen in 10 years.
In this monologue, Nora speaks of how she read in the paper that Christine had been widowed. She confirms with Christine that she had been left with no money and no children. She tells Christine that instead of being selfish and taking about herself, she wishes to hear only about Christine. Nora then goes on to talk about how much money her husband is making now and how marvelous it is to be comfortable.
In this monologue, Nora explains to her husband, Torvald, that she has been unhappy in their marriage. She tells him that she realizes that she is not allowed to have opinions or thoughts and that she is there only for Torvald's entertainment.