In A Doll’s House, who finds themselves to be in opposition to other characters/society? In what way?

In A Doll’s House, who finds themselves to be in opposition to other characters/society? In what way?

In A Doll’s House, who finds themselves to be in opposition to other characters/society? In what way?

In A Doll’s House, who finds themselves to be in opposition to other characters/society? In what way?

The central theme of the play is Nora’s growing awareness that she is in opposition to her husband and their middle-class society. That fact has never occurred to her before: When the play opens, she thinks she’s happy and satisfied. But when her husband reacts so cruelly to the revelation that she worked during his illness to support the family, she realizes that she cannot stand living with such a patronizing man any longer. She leaves him (and her children!), shocking his conservative sensibilities (and the play’s original audience).
In A Doll’s House, who finds themselves to be in opposition to other characters/society? In what way?