Monologues from "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen
Nora's Monologue from A Doll's House
A monologue from Act Three of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House.
Torvald Helmer's Monologue from "A Doll's House"
In this monologue, Torvald Helmer, the male lead in "A Doll’s House," can be interpreted in several ways. He can be viewed as a domineering, self-righteous control freak. Yet, Torvald can also be seen as an immature yet romantic who fails to live up to his own ideal. In either case, one thing is for certain: He does not understand his wife.