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The drama of Ibsen and Strindberg.

Author: F L Lucas
Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1962.
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The plays of both Scandinavian dramatists are analyzed. A final chapter contrasts their personalities and work.
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Lucas, F.L. (Frank Laurence), 1894-1967.
Drama of Ibsen and Strindberg.
New York, Macmillan, 1962
(OCoLC)647517718
Named Person: Henrik Ibsen; August Strindberg; Henrik Ibsen; August Strindberg; Henrik Ibsen; August Strindberg
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F L Lucas
OCLC Number: 296257
Description: 484 pages illustrations 23 cm
Contents: Part I: Ibsen --
Life --
Character --
Early plays: Catiline, St John's night. Lady Inger of Østråt, The feast at Solhaug, Olaf Liljekrans, The vikings in Helgeland --
Love's comedy --
The Pretenders --
Brand --
Peer Gynt --
The league of youth --
Emperor and Galilean --
Pillars of society --
A doll's house --
Ghosts --
An enemy of the people --
The wild duck --
Rosmersholm --
The lady from the sea --
Hedda Gabler --
The master builder --
Little Eyolf --
John Gabriel Borkman --
When we dead awaken --
Epilogue --
Part II: Stindberg --
Character and life --
Strindberg's misogyny --
Naturalistic plays: The father, Fröken Julie --
Naturalistic one-act plays: Creditors, Samum, Pariah, The stronger, Debit and credit, Mother-love, First warning, In face of death, The bond, Playing with fire --
The dance of death --
Historical plays: Master Olof, The folkung saga, Gustav Vasa, Erik XIV, Gustav Adolf, Kristina, Karl XII, Gustav III --
Fantastic plays: To Damascus, A dream-play, The ghost-sonata --
Other chamber-plays: Storm, The burnt site, The pelican --
Epilogue.

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The plays of both Scandinavian dramatists are analyzed. A final chapter contrasts their personalities and work.

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