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Ibsen's selected plays : authoritative texts of Peer Gynt, A doll house, the wild duck, Hedda Gabler, the master builder : backgrounds, criticism

Author: Henrik Ibsen; Brian Johnston
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, ©2004.
Series: Norton critical edition.
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Collects five plays spanning Ibsen's career, with general introductions, explanatory annotations, criticism, and selections from his correspondence and other writings.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Named Person: Henrik Ibsen; Henrik Ibsen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henrik Ibsen; Brian Johnston
ISBN: 0393924041 9780393924046
OCLC Number: 52705307
Description: xxi, 612 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Texts of the plays / Peer Gynt --
Realist cycle: Doll house --
Wild duck --
Hedda Gabler --
Master builder --
Backgrounds --
Correspondence and documents: Peer Gynt: To Björnstjerne Björnson, 9 December 1867 --
To Björrnstjerne Björnson, 28 December 1867 --
To Edward Grieg, 23 January 1874 --
To Ludwig Passarge, 16 June 1880 --
To Edmund Gosse, 15 January 1874 --
Doll house: Alternative German ending --
To the Nationaltidende, 17 February 1880 --
To Heinrich Laube, 18 February 1880 --
To Moritz Prozor, 23 January 1 --
Speech at the banquet of the Norwegian League for Women's Rights --
Wild Duck: To Frederik Hegel, 2 September 1884 --
To Hans Schrøder, 14 November 1884 --
To August Lindberg, 22 November 1884 --
Hedda Gabler: To Moritz Prozor, 4 December 1890 --
To Hans Schrøder, 27 December 1890 --
To Kristina Steen, 14 January 1891 --
Autobiographical --
Sketch of Childhood: To Magdalene Thoresen, 3 December 1865 --
To Björnstjerne Björnson, 28 January 1865 --
To Georg(e) Brandes, 20 December 1870 --
To Georg(e) Brandes, 17 February 1871--
To Georg(e) Brandes, 24 September 1871 --
To Georg(e) Brandes, 30 April 1873 --
To John Paulsen, 20 September 1879 --
To Georg(e) Brandes, 11 October 1896 --
To Georg(e) Brandes, 3 June 1897 --
To the Reader --
Criticism: Peer Gynt --
W.H. Auden --
Genius and apostle --
Doll house: Doll's house again / Bernard Shaw --
Introduction to a doll house / Rolf Fjelde --
Female become human: Nora transformed / Sandra Saari --
Wild duck: Søfuglen (Sea Bird) / J.S. Welhaven --
Letter to Clara Rilke / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Style as vision: Wild duck, child abuse, and history / Michael Goldman --
Hedda Gabler: On the occasion of Hedda Gabler / Henry James --
Master builder: On the occasion of the master builder / Henry James --
Plot and story in the master builder / Brian Johnston --
General themes: Poetry in the round / Einar Haugen --
Ibsen's symbolism defined / Jennette Lee --
From the Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Ibsen the Romantic / E.M. Forster --
Joyce and Ibsen's naturalism / Hugh Kenner --
From the Death of Tragedy / George Steiner --
From Henrik Ibsen / G. Wilson Knight --
Smiling Ibsen: Comedy and romance in three plays of the prose cycle / Rick Davis --
Genre, representation, and the politics of dramatic form: Ibsen's realism / Joan Templeton --
Henrik Ibsen: Chronology.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Other Titles: Plays.
Responsibility: selected and edited by Brian Johnston.

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Includes five major plays spanning Ibsen's career: "Peer Gynt", "The Wild Duck", "The Master Builder", "A Doll's House" and "Hedda Gabbler". Selections from Ibsen's correspondences and 19 of the most  Read more...

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