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Postby Kazikus В» 06.04.2020

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The conclusion of the play makes it clear that Nora is not truly aware of her repression until after the party so the dance cannot truly relate to repression. Gage Martin. My interpretation of Nora's frenzy of dancing at the close of Act II is that she is beginning to realize how close the walls of propriety are pressing -- how oppressive her entire situation in life is. The tarantella represents Nora's heightening feelings of rebellion against imprisonment and also alludes to her later break from Torvald and her domesticated lot.

Hence, both legends of the tarantella are applicable to Nora's situation: she dances as if to stave off an approaching doom, and she dances with the fervor of the oppressed aching for release. Notably, at the beginning of Act III, Torvald describes Nora's performance of the tarantella as "a trifle too realistic--a little more so At the end of Act II, Nora was stuck in a situation where the end of her marriage as she knew it was the distance from her front door to her mailbox.

Her frenzied practice was not a metaphorical representation of her frustration in oppression; it was a literal reaction to her realization of the gravity of her situation.

In that manner, it was more like the spider bite explanation. She danced to prevent Torvald from going out to the mailbox, she danced to keep her home together, she danced to fight what she knew was going to happen. Nora's violent dancing and actions towards the end of Act II was her way of finally deciding to fight back and release her frustraion.

Both explanations of the tarantella dance would fit Nora's situation. She is trying to rid herself of the "venomn" from the spider bite her pretend loving family that she knows has always been trapping her. She is also dancing violently to rebel against societies opression towards women. She is fighting for her freedom, for her family, and most importantly for her newly found self-importance. For one, it is used as foreshadowing to show that Nora will ultimately fight against the oppression she has faced in her marriage and by society for simply being a woman.

I feel that the dancing of the tarantella has a third unmentioned significance. Upon further research, one finds that the tarantella is a dance intended for couples or a line of partners.

The dance also acts to mirror a woman bordering on hysteria. Nora first begs Helmer to help her with the dance and to practice with her but he denies, further pushing the significance of the dance relating to their relationship. After which she violently dances, showing her frustration with their relationship as well as the the other possibilities mentioned.

A case can to be made for all three of the possible explanations. However, given the new information in this act about Dr. Rank then helps Nora with her dance as well. You can also interpret the new confession from Dr. Rank as a spider bite because this whole time, she has considered him as her rock, since she can't depend on her husband for that, and now, this news almost bites her. The primary reason, in my opinion, for her dancing, was her frustration from oppression in so many aspects of her life.

Financially and emotionally she is dependent on men and this is her source of oppression. I am inclined to agree with Gage concerning this question. At the end of the scene, Nora is still frightened that her husband, Torvald, is going to discover the letter from Krogstad. Therefore, her entire dance is her frantically trying to distract Torvald from opening the mailbox and retrieving Krogstad's letter that will explain Nora's crime.

She is scared that her husband will think less of her and it wi ruin their family life. So, in his instance I believe that the use of the tarantella dance is best explained as trying to fight off the effects o a spider bite, which in this case is the blackmail of Krogstad. Even though she is trying to be more then just a child, she is trying to fix her own problems without her husbands help, though he is always in the way.

This dance very well could be explained by both the warding off of the effects of a venomous spider bite as well as a woman's frustration in oppression. The venomous bite would be Krogstad's visit along with his threats. The letter in the box is like the venom in the system, and Nora is simply trying to contain it before it spreads.

She also dances because she is frustrated by oppression. Although Gage pointed out she's not fully aware of this oppression, she knows that as a woman, it was hard for her to save her husband without written consent from a male. She therefore is aware that she is oppressed by males and society in general. I believe that the history of the tarantella dance explained to be used to fight off the venomous effects of a spider bite best fits Nora's violent practice at the end of Act II.

The secret she is hiding and the blackmailing by Krogstad is tearing her life apart so much that she debates taking her own life. When she began to dance violently, Torvald tells her that she is dancing as if her life is at stake and she responds that it is.

This proves that Nora believed that her life depended on her escaping from this oppression, represented by the dance. The dance was her way of fighting back against her husband and society. The interpretation that states that the dance shows the act against a poisonous snake bite is very similar to the prior translation. Nora's violent dance practice at the conclusion of Act II can more than likely be related to the tarantella's historical use as a repellant of the harmful effects of a spider bite.

Nora is completely aware that the letter that Krogstad has placed in the locked mailbox, once in Torvald's hands, will reveal to her husband everything that she has done. When a spider bites, it doesn't bite and then hangout for a while, just as Krogstad bit and then left town. Nora decides to stall Torvald from reaching the mailbox for as long as she can by acting as if she has forgotten entirely how to dance the tarantella, and will need to be re-taught, because as soon as Torvaled finds that letter, their marriage is practically through.

I don't feel as though at this point in the play that Nora is aware enough of her repression for the second interpretation to be accurate. It's important to remember that this is a work from the realism era. In this time period, it's hard for me to believe that the author was trying to expose the oppression and frustration of the time, even if he was a women's rights advocate.

The more relevant interpretation here is that of the fending off of a spider's poisonous venom. Nora is desperately attempting to distract Helmer from the letter of doom lingering in the mailbox, the poison that will ruin their lives forever. At this time, I don't believe she quite realizes her OWN oppression and slavery to the duties as a woman. He enlightenment comes later on.

Both explanations adequately explain Nora's violent dancing. However, as many others have previously stated, fighting off a spider's bite defines Nora's actions a bit better than a woman's frustration in oppression.

She knows she is under lots of pressure, and could consider herself oppressed, but I don't think she is connecting her problems with the fact that she is a woman and what difference that makes in society and how others especially men treat her. Helmer says, "But Nora darling, you dance as if your life were at stake. She is at the point of losing her mind in hysterics and she can only think of keeping her husband from reading the letter and somehow preventing the disaster from happening.

Nora is desperate and at her wit's end- not necessarily frustrated that she is being oppressed. Therefore, I believe that the first interpretation of the tarantella, its use to fight off the venomous effects of a spider bite, is more accurate in this circumstance. I can see the second interpretation fitting in with a theme of the story, as well as being a form of foreshadowing for what is to come at the end of the play, but I believe the first interpretation fits best at that particular point in the play.

Allison Hausman. She is very clearly looked down upon by her husband and, in general, by the men of her era. However, before having her confrontations with Krogstad, Nora doesn't show clear signs of feeling oppressed or displeased with her life, with the exception of her inability to legally borrow money. Nora's violent practice of the tarantella dance could fit both interpretations. Nora violently practices the dance in order to distract Torvald from reading the letter that Krogstad has placed in the mailbox.

Nora realizes that if Torvald were to read the letter, her marriage and current life would be ruined. Because the situation is so extreme, the dance represents the spider bite. Nora is trying to fight off the bite of Krogstad.

The dance also represents Nora fighting the oppression of men. Nora realizes that men have power over her and she is dancing to fight the oppression. I think the wild tarantella dance is about Nora's attempts to ward off a symbolic spider bite. Krogstad is the representation of the spider and his coming back to threaten Nora with the letter is the spider bite.

I feel that the attempting to stem the harm of a spider bite is much more likely than a rebellion against the repression of men. As I said repeatedly in class, I think the majority of people are jumping to conclusions and using the fact that some people find this to be a feminist work to shape their opinions. I have not gotten sense that Nora feels repressed at all. Yes, she has been wronged by men numerous times, but I think we are putting twenty-first century ideals into Nora's head and saying she should feel repressed rather than actually interpreting what the textual evidence suggests.

So far, there is no good evidence of Nora feeling repressed by men. Thus the violence of her tarantella must be a symbolic reaction to the venomous actions of Krogstad. Ben Fowler. Given Nora's naivete and the general paternalistic gender roles of 19th century Norway, it is unlikely that her tarentella is known by her to be symbolic.

Ibsen may have intended his audience to see the reference as a bit of a joke, because it is true that the dance fits the theme of the play rather well. Then again, Ibsen is said to have consistently denied any sympathy with the women's rights movement; the dance is most likely an act of desperation.

Nora begins her tarantella as a ruse to distract Torvald and prevent him from seeing Krogstad's letter, so it is symbolic of her helpless attempts at postponing the effects of Krogstad's apparently venomous intentions. Ibsen may have been aware of the feminist connotation, and thus his use of the tarantella is an ironic aside by the author. In the context of the play, however, Nora uses it in a manner best compared to the spider bite explanation.

Gideon Hess. She was trying to fight off two spider bites, Dr. Nora found out that her long-time friend, Dr. Rank, was in love with her, and she viewed it as a betrayal of her trust. He always called her condescending pet names, and to him she is nothing but a child, a doll that he manipulated. However, she was tired of being told what to do, first by her father, now by her husband, and she wants to take her life back.

Cassandra Tu. It appears as though both of the comparisons to the tarantella dance will appropriately fit Nora's wild exhibit at the end of act 2.

Figuratively, Krogstad could have been the spider for all these years leading up to the night portrayed at the end of act 2.

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Then again, Ibsen is said to have consistently denied any sympathy with the women's rights movement; the dance is bag nj3fp6c likely an act of desperation. Rock concerts musical instruments cell phones and contact lenses are just a few things that are possible because of. Ibsen may have been aware of the feminist connotation, and thus his use of the tarantella is an ironic aside by the author.

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This proves that Nora believed that her life depended on her escaping from this oppression, represented by the dance. Dickson September danxe, at PM. I feel that the dancing of the tarantella has a third unmentioned significance.

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Access to your account will be opened after verification and publication of the question. Not in a dance but in words that really proved to him that what he was doing throughout all the years was wrong but it is predicted that yet he will still look down upon Nora for leaving him. The primary reason, in my opinion, for her dancing, was her frustration from oppression in so many aspects of her life. Avery Fox September 11, at PM.

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Avery Fox September 11, at PM. Mastering the tarantella dance was the catalyst of liberation for Nora. However, as many others go here previously stated, fighting off a spider's bite defines Nora's actions a bit better than a woman's frustration in oppression. The letter in the box is like the venom in the system, and Nora is simply trying to contain it before it spreads. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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Nora decides to stall Torvald from reaching the mailbox for as long as she can by acting as if she has forgotten entirely how to dance the tarantella, and expalin need to be re-taught, because as soon as Torvaled finds that letter, their marriage is practically through. For one, it is used as foreshadowing to show that Nora will ultimately fight against the oppression she has faced in her marriage and by society for simply being a woman. Access to your account will be opened after verification and publication of the question.

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Nora violently practices the dance in order to distract Torvald from reading the letter that Krogstad has placed in the mailbox. Gideon Hess. The reasoning of the author putting this scene in the play has symbolic purposes in showing Nora's inner feelings.

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Write a script named all. Dickson September 11, at PM. Mastering the tarantella dance was the catalyst of liberation for Nora. The idea of nationalism implies the love of country. So he wouldn't find out her dangerous secret that could keep them apart but, in the end Nora really just wants to be apart from him.

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Nora begins her tarantella as a ruse to distract Torvald and prevent him from seeing Krogstad's letter, so it is symbolic of her helpless attempts at postponing the effects of Krogstad's apparently venomous intentions. Through out read article entire play, Nora has been degraded by her husband and treated as a simple child, with no say in the decisions being made. This hsitories to Nora because she had been hiding something for many years.

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