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Henrik Ibsen (1828 – 1906)
|Nationality: Norwegian||Periods: Scandinavian|
author of such plays as The Doll’s House and Peer Gynt
- The Dramatist Henrik Ibsen
- “Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) published his last drama, ï¿½When We Dead Awakenï¿½, 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.”
- Author: Bjorn Hemmer
- The Ibsen Pages
- “These pages present information on Henrik Ibsen and his life in Skien.”
- Contains: Full Bio, Commentary, Criticism, Pictures
- The Ibsen Museums in Norway
- Information about three Ibsen museums in Norway, as well as Ibsen’s writing and life.
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013