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Papers On Russian Literature
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Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” and Plot, Irony, Characterization
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A 5 page paper analyzing the use of literary devices in this play by Henrik Ibsen. The paper asserts that his narrow cast of characters, taut structure, and use of dramatic irony created powerful but uncomfortable plays that went for the audience’s jugular. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Irony in Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”
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A three-page paper looking at the various ways Henrik Ibsen has used irony in this play. The paper contends that the underlying premise of “A Doll’s House” -- that highly intelligent women are forced by society to lead double lives -- contributes to the overall irony of the play. That is then supported by dramatic, situational, and verbal ironies which give the play its tremendous affective power. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Personal Empowerment in Ibsen's 'A Doll's House'
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A 5 page paper looking at this classic play by Henrik Ibsen in terms of the various stages of personal empowerment displayed by its protagonist, Nora Helmer. The paper suggests that Nora is a much stronger person than her husband realizes; and although for much of the play Nora's real character remains hidden from her husband, we as the audience are given ample clues to the unfolding of Nora's eventual empowerment, predicting the denouement at the end. No additional sources.
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Realism in Ibsen & Chekhov
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A 5 page examination of realism in Ibsen's An Enemy of the People and in Chekhov's short story The Lottery Ticket. No additional sources cited.
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Self-Integration in Ibsen and Wilson
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A 5 page paper examining the oppression of women in three nineteenth-century works -- Henrik Ibsen's 'Hedda Gabler' and 'A Doll's House,' and Harriet Wilson's 'Our Nig.' The paper shows that black women had a fundamentally different problem attaining self-integration than white women did, because they had to deal with the racial problem first. No additional sources.
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