Trovald's Gender Inequality

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The oppression society prevents one from finding their true identity. The society in 19th century shows extreme gender inequality. Nora, always obeys and loves her husband, and did not realize that Trovald did not love her much. Trovald, who is highly influenced by the gender inequality of society, says that "Isn't it your duty to your husband and children?" Trovald, learning gender inequality from community, thinks that there are specific gender roles for men and women. He thinks that men are the dominant ones, women's have to dedicate their life to her husband and children. By the end, Nora finds out that she was just a doll for Trovald, and realizes the selfishness of Trovald. "I should make up my mind, which is right, society or I?" Nora,