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1  The NURSE comes in with the children.
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2  Show it, then; think of my little children.
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3  Both yours and the children's, my darling Nora.
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4  Oh well, young children easily get accustomed to anything.
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5  I know I shall often think of you, the children, and this house.
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6  I want to be a mother to someone, and your children need a mother.
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7  The NURSE comes forward with the children; NORA shuts the hall door.
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8  Be sure the children do not see it until this evening, when it is dressed.
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9  Each breath the children take in such a house is full of the germs of evil.
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10  Such a thing couldn't happen; it is impossible--I have three little children.
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11  But I shall not allow you to bring up the children; I dare not trust them to you.
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12  NORA takes off the children's things and throws them about, while they all talk to her at once.
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13  I have been your doll-wife, just as at home I was papa's doll-child; and here the children have been my dolls.
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14  This Krogstad, now, has been persistently poisoning his own children with lies and dissimulation; that is why I say he has lost all moral character.
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15  Just think how a guilty man like that has to lie and play the hypocrite with every one, how he has to wear a mask in the presence of those near and dear to him, even before his own wife and children.
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