Sacrifice is a powerful theme that pervades these two takes on, and expresses itself through its individuals as well as its plot. However, the manner in which it is portrayed to the reader varies between these two has. While sacrifice was depicted as coupled with surrender inside a Doll's House, in Antigone, it came up merged with insurgence. There is certainly sacrifice of love, hate, and morals and ultimately, sacrifice of self applied. Not only was this built-into its protagonists' lives, but it also came from its supporting character types as well. In this article, I aim to explore the several ways that Sophocles and Ibsen designed the theme of 'Sacrifice' in their respective works. In A Doll's House, the sacrificial role of women was expressed exhaustively by Ibsen.