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Romantic Love Between Chris And Ann In 'A Doll's House'

‘I want to be alone with you’ – simple declarative. Time alone together would really allow the characters to get to know each other better and to be open and honest about their feelings. The characters would also be much more intimate if they were alone, allowing their love to be more obvious.

‘How long, how long I’ve been waiting to kiss you!’ – Exclamatory. The repetition of ‘how long’ emphasises the length of time he has been longing to kiss Ann. The exclamatory adds to this emphasis. A kiss is a good way of presenting the cementing of love, it is also used in Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of The Shrew’ to show the love between characters.

[Affectionately] Stage direction – This shows the closeness of the characters. Their love for each other would be obvious to the audience, potentially dramatic irony.

‘These years when I think of someone for my wife, I think of Annie’ – declarative. He can’t think of anyone else in the world he would rather spend his life with than Ann.

‘Because it is.’ Another simple declarative, Miller uses them a lot to easily present characters true feelings. The abruptness which is created by using a declarative allows the audience to hear the truth in what is being said. This also shows that Chris’ love is honest, and he is not afraid of people knowing. Chris cannot help the fact he loves Ann and wants to be with her. Love is unexplainable and unchangeable, Chris does not know why he loves her, he just knows he does.

Annie is described as a physically attractive woman, but there is no description of Chris’ appearance. This could suggest that Chris’ love for Ann is more physical and Ann’s love for Chris is more emotional. Throughout the play, both characters are aware that being in love will not be easy because of Ann’s previous relationship with Larry. However, they love each other enough for it not to matter. Unfortunately, each of the other characters within the play, especially Kate, have their own ways of trying to break up the couple.

By the end of the play, the audience are unsure whether or not the battle for their love was successful. This leaves the audience to add their own interpretation to the ending. Or are they now free to love?

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