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Throughout the play, Torvald is oblivious to his wife’s craftiness and her compassion.
When he discovers the truth at the end, he is outraged when he should be humbled.
Many times throughout the play, Torvald criticizes the morality of other characters.
He trashes the reputation of Krogstad, one of his lesser employees (and ironically the loan shark that Nora is indebted to).
She puts away her sewing needles and unfinished dress because she knows that her husband does not wish to see a woman toiling away.
He wishes to see only the final, beautiful product. She goes behind his back to obtain her ill-gotten loan.
When the curtain closes upon a pathetic, defeated husband, some viewers find that Torvald has received his comeuppance.
Torvald's demeaning personality and his hypocritical actions justify Nora’s harsh decision to leave.
In the beginning of Act Three, after dancing and having a merry time at a holiday party, Torvald tells Nora how much he cares for her. He even wishes that some calamity would befall them so that he could demonstrate his steadfast, heroic nature.
He speculates that Krogstad’s corruption probably started in the home.