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Enjoy the best Henrik Ibsen Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Henrik Ibsen, Norwegian Poet, Born March 20, 1828. Share with your friends.

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    User1489938206 18 Jan 2017 05:52

    Mary Shelley s Frankenstein would be your best bet because of the way it shows the consequences of trying to make something immortal.

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    Б У Л Г А К О В 18 Jan 2017 05:38

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

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     ⚽•P υ c н y•  ⚽ 18 Jan 2017 00:09

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''''''''''''''''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life''''''''s work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen''''''''s biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

    Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen , A Doll s House is a three act play about a seemingly typical housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband.

    Set around Christmas time, Nora Helmer enters her home, truly enjoying life. An old widow friend from her past, Mrs. Linde , stops by hoping to find a job. Nora s husband Torvald recently earned a promotion, so she happily finds employment for Mrs. Linde.

    A Doll's House has had dozens of problems propounded for it. We have heard them -- after the theatre: Did Nora do right to leave her husband? Was their marriage an ideal one? Is a marriage that is not ideal a real marriage? Ought Nora to have deceived her husband? Was she justified in forging the note? Is one ever justified in breaking a law? Was Nora's conduct ideal? Does Ibsen believe in marriage without mutual trust? Ought married women to eat candy?

    The real problem of the play is perhaps a little more concrete than any of these and more universal than all of them. The conception of a problem play as one in which some problem of modern life is discussed by the characters and worked out in the plot is foreign to Ibsen, as to all great artists. His plays deal with situations and characters from modern life and are, in so far, allied to the problem play. But they do not present problems, in the ordinary sense of the word, nor do they solve them.

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    Bulevar Online 17 Jan 2017 22:49

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''''''''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life''''s work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen''''s biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

    Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen , A Doll s House is a three act play about a seemingly typical housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband.

    Set around Christmas time, Nora Helmer enters her home, truly enjoying life. An old widow friend from her past, Mrs. Linde , stops by hoping to find a job. Nora s husband Torvald recently earned a promotion, so she happily finds employment for Mrs. Linde.

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    User1489046122 18 Jan 2017 04:54

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

    Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen , A Doll s House is a three act play about a seemingly typical housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband.

    Set around Christmas time, Nora Helmer enters her home, truly enjoying life. An old widow friend from her past, Mrs. Linde , stops by hoping to find a job. Nora s husband Torvald recently earned a promotion, so she happily finds employment for Mrs. Linde.

    A Doll''''s House has had dozens of problems propounded for it. We have heard them -- after the theatre: Did Nora do right to leave her husband? Was their marriage an ideal one? Is a marriage that is not ideal a real marriage? Ought Nora to have deceived her husband? Was she justified in forging the note? Is one ever justified in breaking a law? Was Nora''''s conduct ideal? Does Ibsen believe in marriage without mutual trust? Ought married women to eat candy?

    The real problem of the play is perhaps a little more concrete than any of these and more universal than all of them. The conception of a problem play as one in which some problem of modern life is discussed by the characters and worked out in the plot is foreign to Ibsen, as to all great artists. His plays deal with situations and characters from modern life and are, in so far, allied to the problem play. But they do not present problems, in the ordinary sense of the word, nor do they solve them.

    Imagine what Law and Order would be like in verse— Oh, dearest judge, do not slam your gavel; for if you do, justice will unravel. (No. Just. no.)

    Or what Orange is the New Black would be like if the inmates broke out in weird, flowery soliloquies at the drop of the hat. Or if True Detective were set in a castle or among the upper-upper classes. because that''s just where drama took place.

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    smallswan764 18 Jan 2017 02:40

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life''''''''''''''''s work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen''''''''''''''''s biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

    Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen , A Doll s House is a three act play about a seemingly typical housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband.

    Set around Christmas time, Nora Helmer enters her home, truly enjoying life. An old widow friend from her past, Mrs. Linde , stops by hoping to find a job. Nora s husband Torvald recently earned a promotion, so she happily finds employment for Mrs. Linde.

    A Doll''s House has had dozens of problems propounded for it. We have heard them -- after the theatre: Did Nora do right to leave her husband? Was their marriage an ideal one? Is a marriage that is not ideal a real marriage? Ought Nora to have deceived her husband? Was she justified in forging the note? Is one ever justified in breaking a law? Was Nora''s conduct ideal? Does Ibsen believe in marriage without mutual trust? Ought married women to eat candy?

    The real problem of the play is perhaps a little more concrete than any of these and more universal than all of them. The conception of a problem play as one in which some problem of modern life is discussed by the characters and worked out in the plot is foreign to Ibsen, as to all great artists. His plays deal with situations and characters from modern life and are, in so far, allied to the problem play. But they do not present problems, in the ordinary sense of the word, nor do they solve them.

    Imagine what Law and Order would be like in verse— Oh, dearest judge, do not slam your gavel; for if you do, justice will unravel. (No. Just. no.)

    Or what Orange is the New Black would be like if the inmates broke out in weird, flowery soliloquies at the drop of the hat. Or if True Detective were set in a castle or among the upper-upper classes. because that's just where drama took place.

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    User1490833166 18 Jan 2017 02:47

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual's right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it's universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll's house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

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    User1491898024 18 Jan 2017 07:36

    Order essay here henrik ibsen a doll's house essay

    Enjoy the best Henrik Ibsen Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Henrik Ibsen, Norwegian Poet, Born March 20, 1828. Share with your friends.

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    User1489254492 18 Jan 2017 08:01

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life''s work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen''s biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

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    blackmouse557 18 Jan 2017 01:20

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    User1491436633 18 Jan 2017 05:07

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn''t let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).

    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, When We Dead Awaken , in 1899, and he called it a dramatic epilogue. It was also destined to be the epilogue of his life's work, because illness prevented him from writing more. For half of a century he had devoted his life and his energies to the art of drama, and he had won international acclaim as the greatest and most influential dramatist of his time. He knew that he had gone further than anyone in putting Norway on the map.

    Ibsen's biography is lacking in grand and momentous episodes. His life as an artist can be seen as a singularly long and hard struggle leading to victory and fame - a hard road from poverty to international success. He spent all of 27 years abroad, in Italy and Germany. He left his land of birth at the age of 36 in 1864. It was not until he was 63 that he moved home again, to Kristiania (now Oslo), where he would die in 1906 at the age of 78.

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    Bruce Ousley 18 Jan 2017 03:22

    As a theatre studies student studying this text for my exam, I read the other reviews and felt the need to intervene. Though the protagonist, Nora, is a female, the play is about an individual''''s right to freedom, not just women. However, within the patriarchal society that the play was written, the issue of rights was more applicable to the typical oppressed housewife. Feminism does come under the same umbrella, but I feel the play is a classic because of it''''s universal relevence.

    I think that even in the 21st century, women have to run away and be free like Nora who decide to live far away her doll''''s house because her husband treats her as a doll. It is a wonderful play I invite you to read it.

    it says in the character analysis that krogstad was shunned by society and wasn't let by people to move on from his past. i think that because of this, krogstad tries to blackmail nora for her forgery as a means of compensating for the unfair treatment he received.

    In our Lit class we also discussed the hypocritical nature of Torvald, and how he goes directly against what he earlier states are his attitudes and how he would respond (for example, he says "I am not so heartless as to condemn a man. because of a single false step", yet he is quick to condemn Nora when he discovers the forgery she had committed).