In On Tidy Endings, the character of June is the parallel to Mrs. June informs Marion of her options regarding her own situation. Linde and June are most interested in are those of the main characters. They are both more involved with the main female character than with the main male character.An example of this is the secret that Nils and Nora share about the loan in A Doll’s House, and that Jim and Marion obviously share some knowledge about one another that others in On Tidy Endings do not know.
This act outlined the principles upon which the organization was to be based and the From its inception through to the end of the Cold War the CSCE functioned as a forum for discussions on security issues.
In the early 1990’s there was a shift in priorities for the CSCE, the political instability of the new states called for a more permanent organization and a larger more permanent bureaucracy was formed.
An examination of the main characters, foil characters and taboo themes dealt with in each play will make these parities more visible. A play can have themes about relationships, family, greed, secrets, among many others, all of which have been around since the beginning of the storytelling tradition.
The themes dealt with in the plays On Tidy Endings and A Doll’s House have more similarities than one might realize.
On Tidy Endings deals with the themes of AIDS and homosexual relationships, which, in the late 1980s, was not a common topic of conversation.
This similarity is an important factor in the fame of both plays.
Firstly, there is the fact that both plays deal with themes controversial in their times.
A Doll’s House deals with the themes of a woman fulfilling her dreams and her dishonesty towards her husband, infrequently discussed subjects in the late 1800s.
The two main characters of each play all have different views on their relationships.
Not only are the relationships similar, but the characters themselves show some likenesses.