A Doll House

Shanece Cook
March 8,2014
Mr. Rose English P.D. 6
A Doll's House
By Hnerick Ibsen

  Throughout life we make many mistakes that get us into trouble and we always feel like it's the end of the world until someone helps us out, someone like our own personal savor. In the play "A Doll's House" by Henrick Ibsen there is at least one person in this book that needs to be saved from a mistake they've made. Throughout the story I've learned that "A or heroine is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles."
The dictionary definition of the word heroine is "A women of distingushed courage or ability, admired for her brave deeds and noble qualities." To me it simply means a women who is willing to put others needs before her own no matter the consquences. In my opinion the heroine in this the one and only Ms. Linde. Throughout the story we find out about Misses Linde's and how she got through it and is now trying to help other people with their mistakes even if they don't know it. She has suffered a lot but still has the will to go on.
There are many things that prove to me that Ms. Linde is a hero but there are three that that are most important in this story. One is she made the villian of the story realize that he doesn't have to be a bad so that he can support his family and she made him happy to be with the love of his life again, her. You see the villian of the story is a man called Krogstad, and Krogstad is a widower and is a lawyer and is moonlighting as a teller at a bank his old friend Torvald Helmer is the new manager of. When Krogstad finds out that Helmer is planning on firing him he black mails Nora into trying to convince Helmer to let him keep his job. The second is she got Krogstad the villian to leave Nora be and focus on his new life with her and the children. during act II Ms. Linde told Krogstad why she had to leave, it was because she had to marry a wealthy man so she could...