|Statement||by M. C. Bradbrook|
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Henrik Ibsen (–) was the son of a bankrupt merchant from Skien. He lacked any formal education or familial support, but still ended up renewing the genre of drama for an entire world. From a literature which had so far described the passions of kings and princes in great sweeping romances, he created a drama in which the same. Henrik Ibsen is widely considered to be the world’s second-most famous playwright, behind William Shakespeare. Ibsen wrote lyrical plays like Brand and Peer Gynt, the mind-bending drama The Wild Duck and the tragedy of fate depicted in Ghosts. The famous Norwegian mostly wrote modern, realistic dramas. Many of his later works were ahead of. He moved back to Germany after a few years, and wrote his most well known work, Hedda Gabbler (). This was the time when Henrik Ibsen became famous across the Europe. In , Henrik Ibsen went back to Norway as a noted but controversial literary hero. The first drama he wrote after his return was The Master Builder. Ibsen’s journey through Norway and the Gudbrandsdalen valley was the inspirational source for several of his most famous pieces. Based on literature studies from Henrik Ibsen himself, the notes he made and the articles he wrote, as well as literature written by the people he met on his way, you will be able tofollow Ibsen’s inspirational journey day by day.
Manuscript title page of Ibsen 's En folkefiende, An Enemy of the People (original Norwegian title: En folkefiende) is an play by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Ibsen wrote it in response to the public outcry against his previous play, Ghosts, which challenged the hypocrisy of 19th-century morality. The Wild Duck (original Norwegian title: Vildanden) is an play by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It is considered the first modern masterpiece in the genre of tragicomedy. The Wild Duck and Rosmersholm are "often to be observed in the critics' estimates vying with each other as rivals for the top place among Ibsen's works."Cited by: Exiled Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote 'A Doll's House' and 'Hedda Gabler', the latter of which featured one of theater's most notorious characters. Henrik Ibsen Born: A Doll's House (Danish and Bokmål: Et dukkehjem; also translated as A Doll House) is a three-act play written by Norway 's Henrik Ibsen. It premiered at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 21 December , having been published earlier that month. The play is set in a Norwegian town circa Cited by: 1.
Award-winning libraries, charming book towns, Henrik Ibsen and a bizarre thirst for Jo Nesbø at Easter are just some of the reasons Norwegians read more than any other European nationality. Henrik Ibsen was a major Norwegian playwright of the late 19th century who introduced to the European stage realistic contemporary plays that set out to expose social evils. He wrote plays about ordinary people, but from them he elicited insights of devastating directness, great subtlety, and occasional flashes of rare beauty. Peer Gynt (Norwegian Edition) (Norwegian) by Henrik Ibsen (Author)/5(3). Ibsen was Norwegian, yet he wrote his plays in Danish as that was the common language shared by Denmark and Norway during his lifetime. Legacy Ibsen rewrote the rules of playwriting, opening the doors for plays to address or question morality, social issues, and universal conundrums, becoming works of art instead of sheer entertainment.