By Henrik Ibsen
The NHB Drama Classics sequence provides the world's maximum performs in cheap, hugely readable variations for college kids, actors and theatregoers. The hallmarks of the sequence are obtainable introductions (focusing at the play's theatrical and old history, including an writer biography, key dates and proposals for additional studying) and the whole textual content, uncluttered with footnotes. The translations, by means of prime specialists within the box, are exact and especially actable. The versions of English-language performs comprise a thesaurus of bizarre phrases and words to assist understanding.
A Doll's House is Ibsen's innovative story of Nora's awakening to her desire for a lifetime of her own.
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You’re all the same. None of you think I can manage anything … serious. MRS LINDE. No, no. NORA. You think I don’t know how hard life is. MRS LINDE. But you’ve just told me yourself. Your problems. NORA. Fiddle. They were nothing. ) I haven’t told you the real one. MRS LINDE. What real one? NORA. You don’t take me seriously. You should. Aren’t you proud of all you did, all that hard work for your mother? MRS LINDE. I take everyone seriously. Of course I’m proud, I made my mother’s last months a little easier.
NORA (thoughtfully, with a light smile). One day. Perhaps. When I’m not quite such a pretty little thing. Don’t laugh. I mean when Torvald isn’t as smitten as he is now, when he’s tired of me dancing, reciting, dressing up. Then I may need something in reserve. ) Da, da, da. It’ll never happen. Well, Kristine? What d’you think of my great big secret? D’you still think I’m silly? No cares in all the world? Don’t think it’s been easy, meeting the payments on time, each time. Quarterly accounts, instalments – I can tell you all about that sort of thing.
Say it. NORA (hiding the macaroon-packet). Sh! HELMER comes out of his study, with his coat over his arm and his hat in his hand. NORA runs to him. Torvald, darling, did you get rid of him? HELMER. Yes, he’s gone. NORA. Let me introduce you. This is Kristine. She’s come to town. 58 HELMER. I’m sorry … Kristine … ? NORA. Mrs Linde, darling. Kristine Linde. HELMER. Oh yes. One of Nora’s schoolfriends? MRS LINDE. We knew each other once. NORA. Just imagine, she’s come all this way just to talk to you.
A Doll's House (Drama Classics) by Henrik Ibsen