I would say the second one because she can’t borrow money with out her husbands concent. So she borrows the money behind his back.
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In this excerpt from Act 1 of "A Doll's House", by Henrik Ibsen, the option that best develops the theme that society places limits on the roles of women is 2. As a woman, Nora cannot borrow money, but she does so behind her husband's back in order to save him. Society forbids Nora to ask for a loan. She asks for money to save his husband, but she cannot tell him because he would not accept it. So she has to face Krogstad's blackmail alone.
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