What is the relationship between Nora and Mrs Linde?
Simply so, how are Nora and Mrs Linde related?
Nora stands for the future, Mrs. Linde stands for the past. The only one parallel between these two women is that Mrs. Linde also told lies to her lover, like Nora tells lies to her husband, to save the life of her mother and help her brothers.
Additionally, why does Mrs Linde visit Nora? Mrs. Linde is a friend of Nora's from their youth, but unlike Nora, Mrs. Christine Linde, who also needed money for an ill relative (her mother), did not commit a crime to obtain the money. She left a man who loved her to marry someone who could provide for her ailing mother and her younger brothers.
Additionally, what is the relationship between Nora and Krogstad?
Unlike Torvald, who seems to desire respect for selfish reasons, Krogstad desires it for his family's sake. Like Nora, Krogstad is a person who has been wronged by society, and both Nora and Krogstad have committed the same crime: forgery of signatures.
Is Mrs Linde a loyal friend to Nora?
Mrs. Linde, as she is generally known to the other characters, is an old friend of Nora's. She tells both Krogstad and Nora that she is miserable without other people to take care of, thereby fitting into the traditional role of women as caretakers and nurturers.