Do you think that women today are treated the same way as Nora was in the play anywhere in the world, and if so how?

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Unfortunately, women *everywhere* in the world are still objectified as Nora is in Ibsen's "A Doll's House." Women continue to be treated as sex objects and caregivers with little, if anything, else to offer.

Like Nora (until the end), many women play their part in maintaining the imbalance. They still pursue the "goal" of being the "perfect wife" and many women are still completely dependent on their husbands for income. This imbalance of equality in a patriarchy often leads to women being treated like they exist solely for the pleasure of men. (And except...

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