By Henrik Ibsen
En Norvège, dans 'une maison confortable et de bon goût', une famille se prépare à fêter Noël. Mais le douillet et rassurant cocon se fissure quand le mystery de Nora, l. a. jeune et joyeuse épouse, risk soudain d'être dévoilé à son mari. Dès lors, toute allégresse recule, et les enfants aux joues rouges s'effacent devant des personnages qui surgissent travel à journey – amie de jeunesse, médecin, créancier –, semant le doute et l'inquiétude. En ébranlant ainsi l. a. certitude lisse de son héroïne qui pensait avoir toujours agi comme elle le devait, Ibsen crée l'une des grandes figures du théâtre nordique, dont on proceed d'interroger los angeles volte-face et l. a. destinée.
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