Three Plays of Henrik Ibsen includes An Enemy of the People; The Wild Duck; and Hedda Gabler. Henrik Ibsen, a Norwegian playwright, entirely redefined the norms of drama in the late 19th century with a realism that is still present in theaters today.
He introduced a new order of moral analysis and redirected the European stage away from what it had evolved into—a toy and diversion for the bored.
In addition to being the second most important writer of all time (after Shakespeare), Enrik Ibsen is frequently referred to as "the father of realism."
Three Plays of Henrik Ibsen illustrated is a leather-bound book with gold gilt pages and is an excellent addition to your vintage *** collection or Easton Press library.
A truly, gorgeously handsome volume, designed to become an heirloom, in collectible and gift-giving condition.
Three Plays of Henrik Ibsen illustrated is in excellent vintage condition for its age with no rips or tears. Please use pictures as a guide. Have any questions or need more photos, ask.
This beautiful leather-bound book is printed on sturdy, acid-neutral paper specially milled that conforms to all guidelines established for permanence and durability.
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