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Hedda Gabler : Plays for Performance - Henrik Ibsen

Hedda Gabler

Plays for Performance

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Known as the father of modern drama, Henrik Ibsen is considered one of the world's greatest playwrights. His ability to turn revolutionary philosophical ideas into brilliant social dramas inspired the likes of George Bernard Shaw, while his drive to manifest the truths of the human heart is mirrored in the plays of Anton Chekhov. Ibsen's genius, revealed in these four selections, lies in his startling abiliy to define his characters and their struggles, whih epitomize the inner conflicts that beset all human beings. A chilling play of manipulation and obsession, "Hedda Gabler" features one of the stage's most unforgettable modern heroines. A delightful early work, "Peer Gynt" is both a satire on the nature of man and a masterpiece of folklore and fantasy that follows the adventures of an irrepressible youth. Mysterious, lyrical, and tragic, "The Master Builder" symbolically dramatizes the trajectory of Ibsen's own art as well as the impossible aspirations of the soul. This Bantam Classic edition also includes "Little Eyolf," a brilliantly consrtucted psychological study of paternal responsibility and the impact of a child's death on a man torn between two women.

Henrik Ibsen: 1828-1906p. iv
Plotp. xi
Commentary
The biographical and historical contextp. xxiii
The geographical and stage environmentp. xxxiii
The relationships
Hedda and Tesmanp. xlvi
Hedda and Brackp. lii
Hedda and Loevborgp. lvi
Conclusionp. lx
Hedda Gabler in contextp. lxv
Hedda Gabler on stagep. lxix
Further Readingp. lxxviii
Hedda Gablerp. 1
Note on the Translationp. 105
Notesp. 106
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ISBN: 9781566630061
ISBN-10: 1566630061
Series: Plays for Performance
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 25th November 1992
Publisher: IVAN R DEE INC
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.31 x 13.89  x 1.04
Weight (kg): 0.18