Henrik Ibsen


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Noun1.Henrik Ibsen - realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)Henrik Ibsen - realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)
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The play was The Doll's House and the author was Henrik Ibsen.
Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen is at the Royal Lyceum eatre, Edinburgh, until April 11, Tues through Sat, 7.
In 1879, the Henrik Ibsen play ''A Doll's House'' premiered in Copenhagen.
Titled ' Winter Again', Darkin explained, this piece is inspired by the style of famous playwright Henrik Ibsen.
The 49th Vojdan Cernodrinski Theater Festival, which this year took place from 6 to 13 June, opened in Prilep with the play Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen, a production of the Bitola National Theater.
Past Var Frelsers gravlund (graveyard), posthumous home to such Norwegian literary greats as Henrik Ibsen, Henrik Wergeland, and Camilla Collett, lies Ruuds Antikvariat, a tiny bookstore for old and rare books, and a Fretex (a chain of secondhand stores owned by the Norwegian Frelsesarmeen, or Salvation Army).
What he calls the aesthetics of dependency arose from the Scandinavian margin, he says, in the work of Soren Kierkegaard and Henrik Ibsen, but made its way to the center of European intellectual activity.
Somewhere in Hollywood, there ought to be a statue to Henrik Ibsen.
Just when his literature professor was lecturing on the plays of Henrik Ibsen, a touring production of Ghosts, starring the legendary Alla Nazimova, came to campus.
The relation of Georg Lukacs and Henrik Ibsen, uncomplicated in terms of their single instance of personal contact, is intricate indeed with respect to the former's early writings on theater, the surprisingly few references to Ibsen's drama, and--especially--the implications of Lukacs's theory with regard to two of the playwright's late plays in particular.
THERE'S a love of Scandinavian drama at present, especially those with strong female roles, but one man set the lead with his portrayal of women who break the mould - playwright Henrik Ibsen.
We ate in the Grand Caf, restored to how it looked when its most famous daily diner was Henrik Ibsen.