I thought it was really good. I enjoyed reading about how Noraand Torvald react to each other, as well as how they interact with the other characters. However, most people who read this book consider Torvald to be the sole problem in the plot. However, I believe that Nora was just as responsible for the problems they espierenced in their realtionship as Toravld was. I agree that the character Torvald Helmer was an unfair husband. He treated Nora with disrespect, superiority, and constantly belittled her. However, Nora herself was not an innocent victim. I am not blaming her for her act of forging the bank note in order to save Torvald's life. If I was in a similar situation, I would have done the same myself. However, Nora consistently lies, which gives Torvald all justification for being as suspicious as he is. Also, she is extremely conceited. Not necessarily in the manner she treats others, but in how she brags about her own good fortunes to others; especially when the "other" is the character, Mrs. Linde, who is dealing with a time of hardship and poverty. This display between Nora and Mrs. Linde shows that though Nora may feel compassion towards her old friend, and others for that matter, their feelings are not nearly as important as her own. Also, the childish behavior Nora displays around Torvald gives him even more reason to treat her as he does. Keep in mind I am by no means justifying Torvald's actions, however, I am merely expressing that I understand where he was coming from. Basically, the situation described by Ibsen is not just Torvald's fault for being an overbearing husband. A good deal of the blame also falls on Nora, who in many ways causes Torvald to treat her as he does.