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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In studying Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House, there has been an analytical tradition according to the first impression of the book that tended to introduce it as a tragedy, which itself represents a common contradiction in the analysis of this play. Such a contradiction stems from the analysis of
Nora's character both as a symbol of freedom and human courage in the realization of modern criteria on the one hand and the sadness attached to her movement towards awareness (knowledge) on the other. However, if we manage to transform our 19th -century outlook and raise Nora from the limits of propagandistic-feministic analysis, and understand her ample desire toward equilibrium, harmony, and existence along with liberty in a broader prospect, we can share her enjoyment from her most beautiful moments of life and may no longer wish to consider her as a tragic heroine victimized for social contracts during a specific historic era, rather we can visualize her as a normal human being challenging to pass through the awkward labyrinth of human mistakes and then celebrate her transition from the tragedy of being to the comedy of becoming.