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by Henrik Ibsen

Characters: Gregers Werle

Critical sites about The Wild Duck

Autobiography of a Misreading: Ibsen's The Wild Duck and Me
http://eserver.org/bs/11/Bertsch.html
"I decided to write about The Wild Duck, the Ibsen play that I had used most thoroughly in transforming myself. As I re-read it, however, I started to realize that the character I had identified with most strongly and whom I had actively modelled myself after did not exactly practice self-analysis... This character, Gregers Werle, is the catalyst for all that happens in the play."
Contains: Character Analysis, Plot Summary
Author: Charlie Bertsch
From: Bad Subjects Issue # 11, January/February 1994
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