What are Nora's objectives in the play A Doll's House?

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The answer to this question depends on your interpretation of the "point" of the play. Nora changes considerably during the course of the action, and finally, she strikes out on her own, leaving her husband. In that respect, her ultimate objective would be to gain her freedom. But throughout the play, she has numerous other, very different objectives; her ability to achieve them, or not, contributes to her final decision and action.

Nora wants to be a model wife to her husband, Torvald....

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