Nora is Torvald's pretty little skylark. She plays the fairy and dances for him in the moonlight. She sneaks cookies, cares for the children, and...forges her father's name for cash-money.
Her story is reminiscent of many common tropes and themes in modern stories of awakening and scandal. I mean, maybe Nora’s scandal isn’t quite as scandalous as Kerry Washington’s Scandal or nearly as nefarious as the meth dealer's money-laundering wife, but for a woman of her time, I think she's quite the clever one.
Your job for this post is to get context. Research A Doll's House (writer, time period, setting, etc.) to learn more about its context --especially gender roles and societal norms.