A Doll's House is a three-act play written by Henrik Ibsen that premiered at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen in 1879. Centering around a woman who leaves her husband and children to discover herself, the play aroused a large controversy at the time of its premier. Having since grown into a highly praised proto feminist work of art, A Doll's House is well-regarded as one of Henrick's finest pieces.
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