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A Doll House

Auhtor: Henrik Ibsen

Language: english
Published: 1879

Genres:

drama,  audiobook
Downloads: 111
eBook size: 95Kb

Review by Bob Tobias, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Doll House':

Directed by Steve Albrezzi executive producer Susan Albert Loewenberg.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Doll House':


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... Is it really you. Mrs. Linde. Yes, it is I. Nora. Christine. To think of my not recognising you. And yet how could I-(In a gentle voice.) ...
... of me I am talking of nothing but my own affairs. (Sits on a stool near her, and rests her arms on her knees.) You mustn't be angry with me. Tell me, ...
... little darlings. Mrs. Linde. So it has all had to come out of your own necessaries of life, poor Nora. Nora. Of course. Besides, I was the one responsible ...
... I should dearly love to do. Rank. Well, what is that. Nora. It's something I should dearly love to say, if Torvald could hear me. Rank. Well, ...
... hot coffee for you on the stove. (The NURSE goes into the room on the left. NORA takes off the children's things and throws them about, while they ...
... ascertained it for myself. And, as that is so, there is a discrepancy (taking a paper from his pocket) which I cannot account for. Nora. What discrepancy. ...
... that, and give him any sort of promise. And to tell me a lie into the bargain. Nora. A lie-. Helmer. Didn't you tell me no one had been here. (Shakes ...
... indeed she hasn't. She wrote to me when she was confirmed, and when she was married. Nora (putting her arms round her neck). Dear old Anne, you were ...
... way of looking at things. Helmer. What are you saying. Narrow-minded. Do you think I am narrow-minded. Nora. No, just the opposite, dear-and ...
... my soul, how unreasonable you are. (Sits down on the sofa.) Be nice now, Doctor Rank, and tomorrow you will see how beautifully I shall dance, and ...
... More than you could ever teach me. Krogstad. Yes, such a bad lawyer as I am. Nora. What is it you want of me. Krogstad. Only to see how you ...
... I was content to work my way up step by step. Now I am turned out, and I am not going to be satisfied with merely being taken into favour again. ...
... shall have her way. But tomorrow night, after you have danced-. Nora. Then you will be free. (The MAID appears in the doorway to the right.). Maid. ...
... you ever noticed anything of the sort in me. Krogstad. Could you really do it. Tell me-do you know all about my past life. Mrs. Linde. Yes. Krogstad. ...
... Yes, and he is always in such good spirits afterwards. Rank. Well, why should one not enjoy a merry evening after a well-spent day. Helmer. ...
... Torvald, no. Helmer. Two cards-of Rank's. Nora. Of Doctor Rank's. Helmer (looking at them). Doctor Rank. They were on the top. He must ...
... lean on me I will advise you and direct you. I should not be a man if this womanly helplessness did not just give you a double attractiveness in my ...
... not an easy question to answer. I really don't know. The thing perplexes me altogether. I only know that you and I look at it in quite a different light. ...
... Nora. Nora. No-never. You must not do that. Helmer. But at least let me send you-. Nora. Nothing-nothing-. Helmer. Let me help you if you ...