Essay: Krogstad’s character in “A Doll’s House”
Krogstad is portrayed as a villain in the play “A Doll’s House” composed by Henrik Ibsen in 1879. The play has very beautifully created a new identity of the traditional villain that was usually pictured by most of the writers of that era.
Krogstad was identified as a person with criminal tendencies by the superiors of his office. His traits as a villain begin to unravel when he identified that Nora’s husband was promoted in his office and was now his super ordinate. He knew Nora quite well as he was aware of Nora’s secret, years ago Nora fogged the signature of her father to get a loan passed and Krogstad was the debt collector of the loan (Ibsen, 1910). It was for this reason that Krogstad was blackmailing Nora to ask her husband to secure his position at his workplace or else he will reveal her secret to her husband.
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