A Doll’s House: A Doll’s House is a three-act play by Henrik Ibsen. It is about how the protagonist Nora loves her husband, trusts him, breaks up with him and finally runs away from home, refusing to be his doll. The story is compact and concentrated. It is organized in a flashback. First, it is the creditor’s threat, then Helmer receives a letter detailing Nora’s crime, next it is the key event—Nora forges a signature, and finally it focuses on how they conflict and break up.