Looking back on the era in which “A Doll’s House” was written (1879/19th century), we can see the disadvantages/unfairness to women in that society. The author, Henrik Ibsen, challenged the status quo of the 19th century in terms of the expected roles of men and women. (1) Some inequities/injustices, Ibsen presented in “A Doll’s House” have remained today in our society. Identify at least two such inequities/injustices, women in Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” experienced and explain how they still exist today. (2) We see that some things do change for the better with time. What are some injustices/inequities that are now looked at in our society as unacceptable to someone/or a group (for example, men, women, racial minorities, etc.) that you feel will be no longer accepted in the next 100 years. Be sure to include: (a) what exactly each issue is that is being challenged; (b) how the issues/situations are being challenged; (c) what risk(s) the group/artist/challenger(s) is/are taking; and (d) what outcome(s) the challenger(s) is/are seeking to achieve. (3) “A Doll’s House” is considered a domestic drama in which the centerpiece is the interactions between the husband and wife. Describe a family interaction that you’ve witnessed in your household that is similar or dis-similar to an interaction between Nora and Torvald. Be sure to explain/state the scene/interaction with Nora and Torvald you’re referring to and the family interaction you witnessed in your household that was similar or dissimilar.