Exploring 'A Doll's House' – EMC Approaches for After Reading offers a wide range of critical, creative and contextual activities for after reading the novel. This publication, written by Emma Gregory (International School of Lyon) and the English and Media Centre, is suitable for students studying IB, A Level Literature and A Level Lang/Lit.
- Getting a sense of the whole play
- Key quotations – themes, motifs and symbols
- Debating themes
- A Doll’s House in its cultural context
- From well-made play to realism
- Close analysis of a scene
- Exploring character
- Staging the play
- The power of props
- The ‘woman’ question
- Nora through time – a critical history
- The context of reception
- Theorists’ conference – a critical positions activity
- A Doll’s House for the 21st-century
- Creative-critical approaches.
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