Similarities on the level of foil characters may seem slightly less important to the overall comparison of the two plays, but the foil characters are an important feature.
Lastly, the main characters within the plays On Tidy Endings and A Doll’s House share many common aspects.
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Torvald Helmer in A Doll’s House, for instance, is ignorant of the fact that his wife, Nora, is not happy in their relationship.
Torvald believes that Nora is as madly in love with him as he is with her.An examination of the main characters, foil characters and taboo themes dealt with in each play will make these parities more visible. A play can have themes about relationships, family, greed, secrets, among many others, all of which have been around since the beginning of the storytelling tradition.The themes dealt with in the plays On Tidy Endings and A Doll’s House have more similarities than one might realize.The OSCE is now facing a new era where it needs to convince its members that it still has a role to play.The OSCE was initially formed as the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe by Helsinki Final act in 1975.On Tidy Endings deals with the themes of AIDS and homosexual relationships, which, in the late 1980s, was not a common topic of conversation.This similarity is an important factor in the fame of both plays.The two main characters of each play all have different views on their relationships.Not only are the relationships similar, but the characters themselves show some likenesses.The character of Torvald is matched in On Tidy Endings by the character of Marion.Marion is a sweet and somewhat naive character who is oblivious to the true state of her relationships with almost everyone in her life.