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Turning the century : centennial essays on Ibsen / edited by Michael Robinson
Alternate Title Centennial essays on Ibsen
Norwich : Norvik Press, 2006
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PT8895 .T87 2006    AVAILABLE
Subject Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 -- Criticism and interpretation
Physical Description 223 p. ; 24 cm
Note "Selection of ... articles published in Scandinavica"--P. [4] of cover
Includes bibliographical references
Incomplete Contents England's Ibsen, or performing Ibsen's dramas of contemporary life today / Michael Robinson -- The actors' contribution to early Ibsen performances in London / Jan McDonald -- Phases of style and language in the works of Henrik Ibsen / Trygve Knudsen -- Ibsen's use of the pronouns of address in some of his prose plays / Robert Ola le Maire Amundsen -- Apostasy in prose / James McFarlane -- Love's comedy / John Northam -- Ideolectic characterisation in A Doll's House / Kristian Smidt -- Forms of address in Ibsen's Ghosts / Harold C. Knutson -- The poetry of an enemy of the people / Brian Johnston -- Ghosts and white horses: Ibsen's Gengangere and Rosmersholm revisited / Marie Wells -- 'Klistret fast med sort pa hvitt': The problems of writing in Ibsen's Rosmersholm and Hedda Gabler / Sara Jan -- A woman place/female space in Ibsen's Fruen fra Havet / Anne-Marie V. Stanton-Ife -- The illness pattern in the Master Builder / Egil Törnqvist -- Myth and Modernity: Henrik Ibsen's double drama / Erik Østerud
Series Series A (Norvik Press) ; no. 27
Alternate Author Robinson, Michael, 1944 July 13-

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