More than half of a decade after the United States of America dropped the Atomic Bomb on two cities in Japan in 1945, there is still an enormous debate over it. The decision to drop the Atom Bomb created a huge impact on Americans and forever changed the way that other nations view the United States. Gar Alperovitz's book, The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb, discusses many viewpoints of people involved with the decision before and after the bomb was dropped. More than half of a decade after the United States of America dropped the Atomic Bomb on two cities in Japan in 1945, there is still an enormous debate over it. The decision to drop the Atom Bomb created a huge impact on Americans and forever changed the way that other nations view the United States. Gar Alperovitz's book, The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb, discusses many viewpoints of people involved with the decision before and after the bomb was dropped.

This is shown when Helmer attempts to forcefully impose his sexual desire over Nora even after she repeatedly tells him that nothing of that nature was to happen that night in the lines '... I am very tired. Soon I shall sleep' and 'Don't look at me like that, Torvald!' However, even after all that, Helmer chose to completely ignore his wife's state and mood, and goes on to say 'You " ve still the tarantella in you blood, She shows that she is assertive by telling Krogstad that she is 'not afraid of him anymore'. And so here we see another personality change in 'little Nora'.

Nora only seems to use thing approach with Krogstad until the last scene when it all turns and she uses it for Torvald. When she walks out on him. It is this scene that leads me to conclude that all the other masks she wears are merely a front and this cunning, obnoxious woman is the real Nora. By this point in the play we are so much on Nora's side that the off handed way in which she treats her husband is not frowned upon because we see her as a tower of strength now and we are happy that her troubles are over..