Henrik Ibsen

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realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)

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But mixed in with all those are plenty of Jorgensens, Petters, and Nilsens, in addition to Norwegian classic works by Bjornstjerne Bjornson, Camilla Collett, and the requisite Henrik Ibsen.
In his "Thoughts on Henrik Ibsen," Lukacs conjoins the "impossible" with the character's life at the end point: "The Ibsenian hero pursues the impossible.
The Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Mike Poulton.
1 From Here to Eternity 2 Green 3 Social Democratic and Labour Party 4 1976 5 Light 6 Tintoretto 7 Queen Anne 8 Edith Nesbit 9 Platoon 10 Beetle 11 Peter Gabriel 12 Liver 13 Stingray 14 Trans-Siberian Railway 15 Tasmania 16 Tsunami 17 The Magic Roundabout 18 Henrik Ibsen 19 Martina Navratilova 20 Mexico
Who would have imagined that translating Henrik Ibsen would be made richer gazing at the Gulf of Mexico?
Henrik Ibsen is the most frequently performed dramatist in the world after Shakespeare.
Dahjee, was first known as Peer Gynt, the name of the 19th century play written by Henrik Ibsen.
This perennial issue was dramatized with great ingenuity and clarity by Henrik Ibsen in his drama, An Enemy of the People.
Inspired by the work of Henrik Ibsen, Munch studied psychoanalysis and created art that unraveled the mysteries of the psyche.
The Norwegian publisher Aschehoug is to publish a new scientific edition of the works of Henrik Ibsen.
1) Gide's whole generation learned this reason for hating families from Henrik Ibsen.
Undoubtedly Archer's most significant contribution to the English stage was his influence on Shaw and his translation and production of Ibsen's plays, with the consent of Henrik Ibsen.
In "The League of Youth," Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote that business leaders "are like beads on a string--when one slips off, all the rest follows.
SKIEN, Norway -- The Ibsen Scholarships award innovative projects in the field of drama and performing arts that act as incentives for critical discourse in regards to existential and society-related subject matters concerning Henrik Ibsen and his plays.
If I could go back to another period of history it would probably be the 1890s, a decade of great experimentation on stage and page, thanks partly to the work of the Norwegian giant Henrik Ibsen.