A Doll’s House

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ISBN:

9780195610970

Publication date:

01/06/1997

Paperback

Price: 150.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195610970

Publication date:

01/06/1997

Paperback

Ibsen Henrick

Henrik Ibsen was one of the most influential men of the theatre in the twentieth century. The plays Pillars of Society (1877), A Doll’s House (1879) and Ghosts (1881) constitute a series. All three plays document a process of emancipation by ordeal. They condemn those aspects of life that put obstacles in the way of free self-realization. This edition of A Doll’s House contains a general commentary on all three works and a special introduction to what is considered one of Ibsen’s most significant and controversial plays. It also contains discussions on the structure of events in the play, the main characters and ideas and the life of Ibsen, together with a brief notes section and a select bibliography.

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Ibsen Henrick

Description

Henrik Ibsen was one of the most influential men of the theatre in the twentieth century. The plays Pillars of Society (1877), A Doll’s House (1879) and Ghosts (1881) constitute a series. All three plays document a process of emancipation by ordeal. They condemn those aspects of life that put obstacles in the way of free self-realization. This edition of A Doll’s House contains a general commentary on all three works and a special introduction to what is considered one of Ibsen’s most significant and controversial plays. It also contains discussions on the structure of events in the play, the main characters and ideas and the life of Ibsen, together with a brief notes section and a select bibliography.

Ibsen Henrick

Ibsen Henrick

Ibsen Henrick

Ibsen Henrick

Description

Henrik Ibsen was one of the most influential men of the theatre in the twentieth century. The plays Pillars of Society (1877), A Doll’s House (1879) and Ghosts (1881) constitute a series. All three plays document a process of emancipation by ordeal. They condemn those aspects of life that put obstacles in the way of free self-realization. This edition of A Doll’s House contains a general commentary on all three works and a special introduction to what is considered one of Ibsen’s most significant and controversial plays. It also contains discussions on the structure of events in the play, the main characters and ideas and the life of Ibsen, together with a brief notes section and a select bibliography.

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