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Henrik Ibsen : CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES - Michael Egan

Henrik Ibsen

CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES

By: Michael Egan (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 6th March 1997
ISBN: 9780415159500
Number Of Pages: 524

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Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). Norwegian dramatist, generally acknowledged as the founder of modern prose drama. Writings include: A Doll's House, Ghosts, Rosmersholm. Volume covers period 1872-1906.
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General Editor's Prefacep. vii
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xviii
Introductionp. 1
Note on the Textp. 40
Edmund Gosse on Ibsen's Poetryp. 41
Edmund Gosse on Peer Gyntp. 45
Edmund Gosse on Ibsen's Elaborate Ironyp. 50
on the Conflict in Ibsen's Workp. 51
Quicksands (the Pillars of Society)p. 55
on Ibsen's Geniusp. 57
on Ibsen and Björnsonp. 58
on a Doll's Housep. 59
on Mrs Lord's Imperfections and an Enemy of the Peoplep. 60
Mrs Lord Repliesp. 63
Kongsemnerne (the Pretenders)p. 64
Breaking a Butterfly (a Doll's House)p. 65
on the Importance of Ibsenp. 73
Gosse on Ibsen's Social Dramasp. 77
Becomes Interestedp. 94
Arthur Symons on Ibsen's Modernityp. 95
An Unsigned Notice by Clement Scott in the Daily Telegraphp. 101
A Doll's Housep. 101
From an Unsigned Notice Headlined 'Henrik Ibsen in English'p. 103
From 'Flashes from the Footlights', an Unsigned Regular Theatre Column, Licensed Victuallers' Mirrorp. 105
From 'Between the Acts', an Unsigned Regular Theatre Columnp. 106
From 'Ibsen in London', a Notice by Frederic Wedmorep. 107
C. H. Herford's Reply to Wedmore's Review of a Doll's Housep. 109
An Unsigned Notice, Spectatorp. 110
on Ibsen's Unlovely Creedp. 114
on Newspaper Reaction to Ibsenp. 115
on the Difficulty of Being Norap. 123
The Pillars of Societyp. 126
From an Unsigned Notice in the Daily Newsp. 126
From an Unsigned Notice by Clement Scott, the Daily Telegraphp. 127
From an Unsigned Notice, the Daily Chroniclep. 130
From an Unsigned Notice in the Refereep. 130
From an Unsigned Notice, Lloyd's Weekly Newsp. 131
Unsigned Comment in the Hawkp. 131
From 'Ibsen Again', a Signed Notice by Frederic Wedmore, the Academyp. 132
From an Unsigned Notice in the Queenp. 133
William Archer on the Absurdity ofp. 134
on Rosmersholm and the Lady from the Seap. 143
Presents an American View of Ibsenp. 146
on Nora's Selflessnessp. 147
on Ibsen's Cosmic Emotionp. 148
on the Phases of the Soul in Ghostsp. 149
on Ibsen's Provincialityp. 150
on Ibsen and American Writersp. 151
Emperor and Galileanp. 154
An Anonymous Comment on the Depravity of Ibsen, Edward Aveling and Ghostsp. 157
An Unsigned Notice in the Evening News and Postp. 158
Rosmersholmp. 158
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 160
Editorial Comment, Daily Chroniclep. 161
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 163
From 'An Ibsen Service', Unsigned Notice, Daily Newsp. 165
From an Unsigned Notice by Clement Scott, Daily Telegraphp. 167
From 'Some Ibsenisms', Unsigned Comment, Saturday Reviewp. 169
From 'Theatrical Gossip', an Unsigned Regular Column, Erap. 170
From a Pseudonymous Notice by 'Momus', Gentlewomanp. 171
From an Unsigned Notice, Black and Whitep. 172
Unsigned Notice, Sunday Timesp. 173
From 'Flashes from the Footlights', an Unsigned Regular Theatre Column, Licensed Victuallers' Mirrorp. 177
From 'Ibsen Up to Date', by Justin Huntley Mccarthy, Hawkp. 178
An Unsigned Notice, Truth, Probably by Clement Scottp. 179
From 'Between the Acts', an Unsigned Regular Theatre Column, Queenp. 181
George Moore Sees Ghosts in Parisp. 182
Ghostsp. 182
From an Unsigned Notice by Clement Scott, Daily Telegraphp. 187
Editorial Comment, Daily Telegraphp. 189
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Newsp. 193
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 195
From an Unsigned Notice, Evening News and Postp. 196
An Anonymous Satirical Poem, Evening News and Postp. 200
Ibsen and Real Lifep. 201
From 'Plays and Players', an Anonymous Theatre Column, Sunday Timesp. 201
An Unsigned Notice, Licensed Victuallers' Mirrorp. 202
From an Unsigned Notice, Hawkp. 204
'How We Found Gibsen', an Anonymous Satirical Story, Hawkp. 205
'Ghosts and Gibberings'p. 209
Ibsen Speaks Outp. 214
on Ibsen's Grey Mediocrityp. 216
Hedda Gablerp. 218
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 218
'An Ibsen Success-hedda Gabler at the Vaudeville'p. 220
From a Notice by Justin Mccarthy, Black and Whitep. 221
An Unsigned Notice, Saturday Reviewp. 222
A Signed Review by Clement Scott, Illustrated London Newsp. 225
From an Unsigned Notice, Sunday Timesp. 229
An Unsigned Notice, Observerp. 230
'Goldsmith and Ibsen/A Dramatic Contrast', an Unsigned Notice, Peoplep. 232
on the Unfortunate Depravity but Enlivening Influence of Ibsenp. 233
'On the Occasion of Hedda Gabler', by Henry James, New Reviewp. 234
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 245
The Lady from the Seap. 245
From an Unsigned Notice, Standardp. 246
From an Unsigned Reviewp. 247
From an Unsigned Notice, Gentlewomanp. 248
An Unsigned Notice, Refereep. 249
From a Noticep. 251
From an Unsigned Regular Theatre Gossip Column, Hawkp. 252
Ibsen Parodiedp. 253
From 'Ibsen's Brand', a Long Articlep. 255
Brandp. 255
From an Unsigned Review of William Wilson's Translation of Brand: a Dramatic Poem, Saturday Reviewp. 256
George Bernard Shaw on the Quintessence of Ibsenism and Its Resemblance to Shavianismp. 259
'Ibsen's New Play'p. 266
The Master Builderp. 266
An Unsigned Noticep. 269
An Unsigned Notice, Evening News and Postp. 273
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 275
From an Unsigned Notice, Standardp. 277
An Unsigned Notice, Pall Mall Gazettep. 278
An Unsigned Notice, Black and Whitep. 280
From a Pseudonymous Theatre Column by 'Momus', Gentlewomanp. 282
A Poemp. 283
'The Crack in the Flue', a Noticep. 283
A Report in Era, 4 February 1893, 10p. 288
An Unsigned Review, Saturday Reviewp. 288
'Ibsen's Last Play', an Unsigned Review, Spectatorp. 293
An Enemy of the Peoplep. 298
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 298
From an Unsigned Noticep. 299
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 300
A Pseudonymous Notice by 'Momus', Gentlewomanp. 301
An Unsigned Notice, Theatrep. 303
William Archer Sums It Upp. 304
Mr. Gladstone as Solnessp. 312
on Ibsen's Self-Satire in the Wild Duckp. 314
Ghosts in New York and Bostonp. 315
Ibsen Consigned to Hell in Bostonp. 316
An Unsigned Noticep. 317
The Wild Duckp. 317
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 320
From an Unsigned Notice, Evening News and Postp. 320
From an Unsigned Notice, Truthp. 321
From a Pseudonymous Notice by 'Hafiz', Black and Whitep. 321
From an Unsigned Notice, Erap. 322
From an Unsigned Notice, Theatrep. 323
An Unsigned Review of a Commentary on the Works of Henrik Ibsen, Spectatorp. 324
Herbert Waring: an Actor's View of Ibsenp. 326
Ibsen on Himself-1p. 331
Ibsen on Himself-2p. 332
From an Unsigned Review, Saturday Reviewp. 334
Little Eyolfp. 334
From a Signed Reviewp. 338
Unsigned Notice, Pall Mall Gazettep. 340
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 342
From an Unsigned Notice, Evening Standardp. 343
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Newsp. 344
From an Unsigned Noticep. 345
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 346
'Ibsen and His Interpreters', an Editorial in Erap. 347
An Unsigned Noticep. 350
'The Hallucinations ofp. 355
Henry James on Ibsen's Superiority to Shakespearep. 356
An Unsigned Review, Saturday Reviewp. 359
From a Reviewp. 363
From a Noticep. 366
From an Unsigned Noticep. 368
From an Unsigned Notice, Erap. 371
From an Unsigned Notice, Lloyd's Weekly Newsp. 373
From an Unsigned Notice, Peoplep. 374
George Bernard Shaw on a Doll's Housep. 375
From an Unsigned Notice, Theatrep. 377
Bernard Shaw Watches Queen Victoria and the Archbishop of Canterbury Watch Ghostsp. 378
Hedda Gabler in New Yorkp. 383
When We Dead Awakenp. 385
James Joyce, Article in Fortnightly Reviewp. 385
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Telegraphp. 391
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 393
An Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 394
From an Unsigned Notice, Sunday Timesp. 396
From an Unsigned Notice, Lloyd's Weekly Newsp. 398
An Unsigned Notice, Refereep. 399
From 'Ibsen's "epilogue"', by 'Max' [beerbohm], Saturday Reviewp. 401
From a Pseudonymous Notice by 'Momus', Gentlewomanp. 403
From an Unsigned Notice, Daily Telegraphp. 405
The Vikings at Helgelandp. 405
From a Long Unsigned Notice, Daily Chroniclep. 408
From an Unsigned Notice, the Timesp. 409
An Unsigned Notice, Refereep. 412
A Noticep. 415
W. Rothenstein on Max Beerbohm's Obtusenessp. 419
P. T. Barnum and Others Cable Ibsenp. 420
The Collected Letters of Henrik Ibsenp. 421
From 'Ibsen in His Letters', by William Archer, Fortnightly Reviewp. 421
The Wild Duckp. 429
From a Pseudonymous Noticep. 429
From Unsigned Theatre Comment, Refereep. 432
From an Initialled Noticep. 435
An Enemy of the Peoplep. 435
Keir Hardie on the Instructiveness of Ibsenp. 438
Lady Inger of Ostraatp. 439
From an Initialled Noticep. 439
From an Unsigned Notice, Black and Whitep. 441
Obituariesp. 442
From an Unsigned Obituary, Academyp. 442
Max Beerbohm, Saturday Reviewp. 443
From W. D. Howells's Obituary in North American Reviewp. 446
'Ibsen as an Interpreter of American Life'p. 451
'Playing Ibsen in the Badlands'p. 457
p. 464
p. 466
Bibliographyp. 491
Indexp. 493
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ISBN: 9780415159500
ISBN-10: 0415159504
Series: CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 524
Published: 6th March 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 4.45
Weight (kg): 0.81
Edition Number: 1