Why Did Ibsen Write a Doll's House?

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A Doll's House is play with three acts written by Henrik Ibsen. This play was released on 21 December 1879 at Royal Theatre Copenhagen. Ibsen wrote this play to fight on the rights of women for equality in every opportunity including marriage rights later criticized by many writers like Michael Meyer.
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The Doll House by Henrik Ibsen was written in 1879. Need a book summary?
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this is a subjective question. Look at the time it was written, what was going on in his country at the time? Are there any links? what about his personal life? check wiki. Read it,
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There are many reasons to write about people's dignity, whether those people are men, women, minorities, rich, poor, etc. This play, A Doll's House, is not about female dignity alone
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