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  1. Four Major Plays: (Doll's House; Ghosts; Hedda Gabler; and The Master Builder) (Oxford World's Classics) by Henrik Ibsen, 2008-07-15
  2. Henrik Ibsen (World Dramatists) by H. G. Meyer, 1972-04
  3. Henrik Ibsen: Life, Work, and Criticism (Authoritative Studies in World Literature) by Yvonne Shafer, 1985-03
  4. Henrik Ibsen (Grove Press Modern Dramatists) by David Thomas, 1984-11
  5. Time's Disinherited Children: Childhood, Regression & Sacrifice in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen (Series a (Norvik Press)) by Robin Young, 1988-12-31
  6. An Ibsen Companion: A Dictionary-Guide to the Life, Works, and Critical Reception of Henrik Ibsen by George B. Bryan, 1984-10-24
  7. Critical Essays on Henrik Ibsen (Critical Essays on World Literature) by Charles Lyons, 1987-06
  8. Henrik Ibsen: A Study in Art and Personality by Theodore Jorgenson, 1978-05-15
  9. Henrik Ibsen and Iranian Modern Drama: Reception and Influence by Fahrindokht Zahedi, 2006-03
  10. Four Major Plays, Volume I (Signet Classics) by Henrik Ibsen, 2006-06-06
  11. Catiline & the Burial Mound (Library of World Literature in Translation) by Henrik Ibsen, 1992-02-01
  12. Hedda Gabler and a Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, 1990-03
  13. The Cambridge Companion to Ibsen (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  14. 11 Plays of Henrik Ibsen (Mlg 18) by Henrik Ibsen, 1935-06

81. Ibsen, Henrik
Ibsen, Henrik, hen'rik ib'sun Pronunciation Key. Ibsen, Henrik , 1828–1906,Norwegian dramatist and poet. His early years were lonely and miserable.

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Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Ibsen, Henrik u n] Pronunciation Key Ibsen, Henrik , Norwegian dramatist and poet. His early years were lonely and miserable. Distressed by the consequences of his family's financial ruin and on his own at sixteen, he first was apprenticed to an apothecary. Not long after this he began writing poetry, and in 1850 he published his first play, Catilina, a tragedy in verse. In 1851 he began an extended apprenticeship in the theater, first as stage manager and playwright with the National Stage in Bergen and in 1857 as theater director for the Norwegian Theater in Oslo. His early plays for the most part went unrecognized or were greeted with opposition and critical hostility. As a man far in advance of his times, Ibsen was condemned for unveiling truths which society preferred to keep hidden. In 1864, dissatisfied with the backwardness of Norway, he went to Italy. He wrote the bulk of his drama there and in Germany. His career can be divided into three periods. The first phase, that of poetic dramas, dealt primarily with historical themes, folklore, and romantic pageantry. His name was established with the publication of

82. Great Books Index - Henrik Ibsen
GREAT BOOKS INDEX. Henrik Ibsen (18281906). An Indexto Online Great Books in English Translation.
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84. Henrik Ibsen Quotes - The Quotations Page
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86. Biography Of Henrik Ibsen - Poet And Dramatist
Henrik Ibsen. ~Poet and Dramatist~. Birth March 20, 1828, Skien, Norway.Death May 23, 1906. For Further Information About Henrik Ibsen.
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Henrik Ibsen
~Poet and Dramatist~
Birth: March 20, 1828, Skien, Norway Death: May 23, 1906 Early Influences:
  • Born into wealthy family Father's bankruptcy in 1836 led family to relative poverty Was troubled by the aftermath of the revolution in 1848 Was on his own at the age of 15 and became a druggists' apprentice
  • Became a druggists' apprentice at age 15 Failed the Greek and arithmetic parts of the entrance exam at the University of Christiana in 1850 Efforts at playwriting brought him an appointment as co-director and author for the Norwegian Theatre in Bergen where he learned a lot about the theatre Saw first Shakespearean play in 1852
Major Accomplishments:
  • Peer Gynt A Doll's House Hedda Gabler
  • Called the 'Father of Modern Drama' Works are unique because they all are written around a central theme: the individual's search for meaning Used realistic ideas and themes throughout his works

Henrik Ibsen YEAR BY YEAR. 1877 Henrik Ibsen was created honorary doctorat the University of Uppsala’s 400thcentenary celebrations.
Henrik Johan Ibsen, a short biography
Henrik Ibsen was born in the Stockmann house in Skien. Both parents came from leading local families. His father, Knud Ibsen, came from a line of affluent skippers and traders. His mother, Marichen Altenburg, came from Skien's aristocracy. Knud Ibsen bought his mother-in-law's house, the Altenburg house, with ten rooms and kitchen, and this became the family home. He also bought her distillery at Lundetangen, which was in need of extensive modernisation.
Henrik Ibsen was Confirmed in Gjerpen church. The family moved to Snipetorp in Skien centre.
Resignation. Catiline. He made him the subject of his first play, but in Ibsen's play Catiline is defeated. A friend, the law student Ole Schulerud, took the manuscript with him to the capital and tried to find a publisher for it. Another friend, Christopher Due, sent Ibsen's poem In the Spring to Christiania Posten, which accepted it and printed it on the front page. Catiline The Warrior 's Barrow, and that same autumn it was performed three times at the Christiania Theatre. Ibsen sat his university entrance exam, but failed in two subjects. Thus he was unable to pursue his original plan to study medicine.

88. Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen 1828 1906. Verk Nasjonalromanikken Historiske spillKongsemnene, Dikt Terje Wigen, Skuespill Peer Gynt, Oppgjør
Henrik Ibsen
Verk: Nasjonalromanikken: Historiske spill: Kongsemnene Dikt: Terje Wigen Skuespill: Peer Gynt Oppgjør med nasjonalromantikken (romantisk i formen). Overtro, sagn og eventyrmotiver. Et angrep på romantikken, dagd rømmene, uforpliktende romantikken. Ensidig bilde av de norske bønder, bonderomantikk. Realismen:
  • "Et dukkehjem" tar opp kvinnens stilling i datidens samfunn, kvinnen - en umyndiggjort dukke. "Gjengangere" tar opp kjønnssykdom, moral, ekteskap og kristendom. "En folkefiende" tar opp moral, økonomisk egeninteresse og miljøforgiftning.

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Ibsens hjem fra 1895 til 1906. Av Christopher Haugli Sørensen

89. IBSEN, Henrik
Translate this page Ibsen, Henrik, norwegischer Dramatiker, * 20.3. 1828 in Skien als Sohn desKaufmanns Knud I. und seiner Ehefrau Marichen, geb. Altenburg, † 23.5.
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90. Longman English Literature
Henrik Johan Ibsen (1828 1906). Biography.
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Ibsen home Bibliography Annotated Online Index Writing Assignments Henrik Ibsen was born on 20 March 1828 in Skien, Norway. He lived in Kristiana (now Oslo), or Skien, or Grimstadt, Norway. In 1836 his father, who had been prosperous up until that time, went bankrupt, in that culture and at that time a disgrace profound enough to affect him and his children for the rest of their lives. Henrik Ibsen left his unhappy home when he was 15 and moved to Grimstad, about 70 miles away. He studied for admission to the university, worked as an apothecary's apprentice, and wrote his first play. During this "dues-paying," nationalistic phase of his career, Ibsen married Suzannah Thoreson in 1858 and cofounded The Norwegian Company , an organ for Norwegian art and culture. His last play for the Norwegian Theatre, the 1863 The Pretenders , finally achieved what he had been trying to do, but the company was bankrupt, and at the time it seemed to him that he had failed as playwright and director. In fact, free from the requirements of writing nationalist drama for people who cared mostly for profit and Norwegian traditions and who seemed capable only of what he later called "small-mindedness," he was able to find his own voice and express his own vision. He left Norway in April 1864 to live abroad, in Italy and Germany, and he did not return to Norway until about 1891, 27 years later. Ibsen's voice and method crystallized in the 1879 A Doll's House and the 1881 Ghosts . These plays scandalized people who expected happy endings and people who thought art should not address issues they didn't want to think about.

91. Skönlitteratur; Klassiker; Ibsen, Henrik: Gengångare / Gengangere / Vildanden
Översättning Arne Törnqvist Henrik Ibsen (1828 1906) är Norges främstadramatiker. Hans dramer, där allvarliga och livsavgörande
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"Det brukar börja med att någon anländer från det förflutna, slår sig ner i soffan och börjar tala om gamla tider. Ledtrådarna sticker fram ur stoppningen och man sitter som på nålar eller rättare sagt på en tidsinställd bomb. Den tickar, till en början diskret men efterhand allt hörbarare och snabbare fram till urladdningen. Spänningen hos Ibsen är nästan thrillerartad och bygger på det stegvisa avslöjandets teknik", skiver Arne Törnqvist i förordet till den här utgåvan av två av Ibsens mest berömda dramer. I Gengångare är det äktenskaps- och ärftlighetsfrågor som diskuteras. Den norska originaltexten återges här parallellt med den svenska översättningen.
I Vildanden är det människans behov av en livslögn som är det centrala temat. Översättning Arne Törnqvist Henrik Ibsen (1828 - 1906) är Norges främsta dramatiker. Hans dramer, där allvarliga och livsavgörande problem alltid ställs på sin spets, hör till de stora i världslitteraturen.
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92. Henrik Ibsen - Milestones In World History- World History Timeline Chart
Henrik Ibsen. (1828 1906). ©Fotostock Brussels Henrik Johan Ibsen(born 1828, Skien, Norway, died 1906, Oslo) was an extremely
Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Johan Ibsen (born 1828, Skien, Norway, died 1906, Oslo) was an extremely influential Norwegian playwright who was largely responsible for the decline of the Victorian drama and the rise of the Modern. His plays were considered scandalous in much of society at the time, when Victorian values of family life and propriety were still very much the norm, and any challenge to them considered immoral and outrageous. Ibsen's work examined the realities that lay behind many a facade, which the society of the time did not want to see. In a very real way, Ibsen created the modern stage, by introducing a critical eye and free inquiry into the conditions of life and issues of morality. Prior to him, plays were expected to be moral dramas with noble protagonists pitted against darker forces. Every drama was expected to result in a "proper" conclusion, meaning that goodness was to bring happiness, and immorality only pain. Ibsen was to turn that concept on its head, challenging the beliefs of the times and shattering the illusions of his audiences. He was born into a relatively well-to-do family in the small port town of Skien, which was primarily noted for shipping timber. Shortly after his birth, however, his family's fortunes took a significant turn for the worse. His mother turned to religion for solace, while his father declined into a severe depression. The characters in his plays often mirror his parents, and his themes often deal with issues of financial difficulty.

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