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Women leave in a house is nothing new! It happens in real life, it happens also in literature. But there is a lot of difference between Nora leaving a house of Ibsen’s drama and Anna’s leaving house in Tolstoy drama. Anna beautiful, high-quality, multi-folded woman. But Ibsen does not say much about the beauty of Nora, I can be seen in the play ‘A Doll’s House’. Dr Rank is very sick, the dying person. His death is inevitable and his impending death has influenced the flow of the drama. In that sequence, the idea of going out of the main character of the drama with the hand of the Rank is unrealistic in terms of the society. No, not in love, the awakening of personality that has come out of its way, Nora has gone out of his way.
Do not secretly she leaves house publicly. At night, Nora said to her husband, I have something to say to you, I’m together for eight years; But there is no deep word, it will be today. Nora’s husband, the manager of the bank, Helmar, was already awash with the horrors, the thief, the deceiver, the robber said to Nora, saying that the son will be deprived of Nora, due to the responsibility of the child, the scared husband becomes silent at one point in the fear of uttering. Husband and wife sit at the side of the table. The unforgettable scene is completely new to the theatre. In the dialogue, the new awakening of women seen. Later, when Nora went away, it was heard that the sound of the word out of Nora, the word that went on in the name of Nora, that all of Europe’s supernatural voices would be broken down so that the message of women was awakening.
Not only Nora, every character in Henrik Ibsen’s play, especially his female characters, is known to break out of the famous European traditions and highlight the diversity of women. Ibsen sees the woman as her diverse one, in many plays, the role of women has overwhelmed the role of men. Ibsen has created some female characters in her drama, which has become the cause of condemnation and protest in her contemporary Norwegian Conservative Europe. In the male-dominated society, adultery and uncomfortable rules of women’s protest. But a humble humble woman, women fully devoted to happiness, neglected husband’s nepotism, a silent tolerant woman in cruelty; Ibsen was seen differently outside this stereotype. In her various plays, she has shown the power to overcome the male’s opponent form and style of breaking the social system, through many female characters including ‘Furya’, ‘Nora’, Mrs Alving, ‘Hedda Gabler’, ‘Freya’, ‘Hilda Wangel’.
As we look at Catiline drama Furia is one of the main characters of Ibsen’s first drama Catiline, we can see the protagonist of the drama Catiline synchronizes in order to liberate the oppressed people by furious anger in the corruption, abuse of power and inefficiency. But his wife, Aurelia, does not want her husband to be involved in politics, she does not want her husband to fight. For this reason, after forgetting her husband, she came to a village far away from the capital. Aurelia wants peace, she does not want her husband to get married. But after coming to the village, Catiline was introduced to a woman named Furia, who once again stimulated the political ambition of Catiline.
Although previously seen, the scenes of sisters raped and killed have happened in front of Furia’s eyes, after losing that mental disaster, Furia had to make a fresh start. After the meeting with the Catiline with the Furia in the play, the drama took a new turn towards new play. In the last episode of the drama, two women of two types of characteristics are controlled by controlling the overwhelming subject of Ibsen’s fate. Ibsen made such a kind of twist in the drama and showed the women from different points of view through the feminine character. From the different aspects of the women.
Again, if Ibsen’s Barrows or ‘The Burial Mountain’, published in 1850, is seen in the character of ‘Furia’, then the other image is mixed. Before this drama was written, ‘Furia was wandering in Europe. ‘Furia’ is a goddess of Scandinavian faith. There is no comparison of his appearance. He is called the Goddess of beauty. Ibsen shows this Furia ‘ Warrior’s Barrow’ plays a new character. It is shown that women are not just the beauty but in addition to enhancing the beauty of the house, women are also needed in other places.