doll's house


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a house so small that it is likened to a child's plaything

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a small model of a house used as a toy by children

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A Doll's House follows Nora's journey as she saves her husband's life by borrowing money for his treatment from his childhood nemesis without telling him about the act, and the subsequent toll that takes on her and their relationship.
He was even more excited when the owner told him he had the whole doll's house at home, intact and unchanged for centuries.
THE Sherman Theatre was largely full of school groups when I went along to a performance of A Doll's House.
THE world premiere of a new English translation of Ibsen's classic drama A Doll's House is heading for Liverpool as part of a national tour.
The pioneering Doll's House project is run by the play's namesake, Lydia's House, a social enterprise aiming to help women with problems such as alcoholism, depression, drug addiction or long-term unemployment.
He had previously starred in the National Theatre of Scotland's production of A Doll's House with less than satisfactory results and nobody was more surprised than himself when he said 'yes' to the opportunity to appear in Ghosts.
Yet ever since its shocking premiere more than 130 years ago, Ibsen's A Doll's House has been in the process of mutating.
I mainly collected them from doll's magazines but I never wanted an actual doll's house.
Real Deal ThIs exquisite doll's house was made in the 1980s by ellie Yannas after the owners of Bourton house met her at the Chelsea Crafts Fair and challenged her to make a copy of the house as it was in 1985.
A DOLL'S house finished by a widower as a promise to his terminally ill wife has raised pounds 1,300 for the hospice that cared for her.
Bronte's redecoration of the doll's house is mentioned in a letter she wrote to her sister, Emily, in June 1839: "I said in my last letter that Mrs [Sidgwick] did not know me.
A VIP reception held for potential investors was followed by performances from the label's first two signings, Doll's House and Missing Andy.
A Doll's House Loft Theatre, Leamington, until Saturday.
Visitors can also look at the museum's social history exhibition Breaking Out of the Doll's House.