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Gender Theory

In the past century, women were restricted and enslaved from fully involvement into some activities of the community due to cultural practices and gender discrimination from their male counterparts. Therefore, each and every female grew with knowledge that they have no self control and cannot make decision on their own without the influence of a male gender. Women were under the rule of men with fully obligations and obedience dedicated to the man who had authority and power over them. It is this issue of gender roles within a society that gave to a production of Henrik’s A Doll House, which is a controversial, play involving women who ignores the practices and norms of the society. This shows on how the lies and a lot of deceptive could compromise the relationship and desire for every person to have the ability for self-identification (Taylor and Betty 96).

However, attempts to struggle in order to go beyond the culture of discrimination in society by women lead to a lot of arguments as seen in the play. The husband in the society dramatizes women in the play with a struggle to step beyond the identity that may be imposed on her. This was then criticized in the play and then referring it to as issues of feminism, which lead to a rejection of the play. All these criticism were after a thorough scrutiny of the arguments, which were found not to concur with the ideas of the society’s cultural believes, and traditions. Contrary, claims by feminist are criticized by critics who argue that Ibsen’s writing ideas of the play are not intended at resolving the issues. They say that neither the gender inequality nor the liberation of the woman in the society is agued about but to illuminate and depict a moral problem challenging each individual in the society.

Similarly, Nora’s thoughts and outlooks are based on the dominance of the material wealth which is as a result of financial success. When the play begins, Nora is shown coming back home from a trip involving shopping and enters with an arm load package of shopping into the apartment. The child who follows her with a Christmas tree signifies a great possession of money that has lead to obsession (Taylor and Betty 98). She always spends money on decorations simply because she can work and get money like any other person and therefore not worried of any kind of discrimination from the male gender. This is a sign of gender equality and the resulting outcome which give every individual an equal opportunity to earn a living.

In the play, Ibsen’s critique concerning the idealism can be seen as a situation for revolution of the analysis of gender in the modern society. The argument here is that a woman is a human being like any other person and there is need for freedom to indulge in both the political and social life. Her rights and position as a woman and a wife should not be used as a step stone to discriminate her from other obligations of leadership. Ibsen’s modernism writing is based on the argument that women should be given an equal chance in the society and in the family as a way of realizing change (Moi, and Toril 226). This therefore will lead to radical change which would enable women to resolve problems of the society and the modern life as well as the men.

Finally, in the current society, women have rights under the law as compared to some years back. This has made a significant contribution by women into the society’s issues that enhances development compared to the past where they were put into bondage through marriage. The contribution is through investments and doing business for the economical development of a country.

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