A Doll’s House Prompts • 1. “The key to the dramatic life of any play is the fact that action takes place in particular, limited spaces.” How important is the sense of spatial confinement to the drama of the play you have studied? • 2. Plays employ various kinds of structural divisions such as prologues and epilogues, act and scene divisions, even carefully placed intermissions. Discuss how some of these divisions have been used to underscore or compliment the materials of the play you have studied. • 3. Dramatic tension in many plays arises from the conflicting goals of a protagonist and those of an antagonist. Show how such fully apparent or subtle conflicts provide the foundation and interest of your play.