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By Michael Egan

ISBN-10: 0203196597

ISBN-13: 9780203196595

ISBN-10: 0415159504

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Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). Norwegian dramatist, ordinarily said because the founding father of sleek prose drama. Writings contain: A Doll's condominium, Ghosts, Rosmersholm. quantity covers interval 1872-1906.

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But during the nineties all this was by no means clear. Ibsen was confusion and chaos. He was ‘gloomy’ because where levity was anticipated he was serious, ‘boring’ because where action was wanted he analysed, ‘obscene’ because where titillation was customary he judged. Arthur Symons and Ibsen’s other defenders in England were compelled to remind his attackers what they already well knew: that Ibsen ‘paints ordinary life; his people are…the people one meets in the City, one’s lawyer, one’s banker, the men one hears discussing stocks and shares…’ 16 Symons’s catalogue is of course revealing in its ingenuousness; but it illustrates sufficiently the point I am making.

In England it was reviewed by William Archer (No. 169). In the same year The Wild Duck and An Enemy of the People were revived. Of particular interest in the many press notices and reports following these performances was Keir Hardie’s characteristic response to An Enemy of the People. An enterprising young journalist spotted him in the audience, along with other parliamentary figures including Winston Churchill, and had the wit after the show to ask his opinion. Hardie’s tart comments, turning the occasion to political advantage, are reprinted in this volume (No.

A severe stroke in 1901 left him paralysed and speechless. The critics treated this fact with sympathy, of course, but considered his work posthumously: his œuvre was complete. , 1905). In England it was reviewed by William Archer (No. 169). In the same year The Wild Duck and An Enemy of the People were revived. Of particular interest in the many press notices and reports following these performances was Keir Hardie’s characteristic response to An Enemy of the People. An enterprising young journalist spotted him in the audience, along with other parliamentary figures including Winston Churchill, and had the wit after the show to ask his opinion.

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