Ibsen's Plays II: Ghosts, an Enemy of the People & the Wild Duck (Cliffs Notes)by Marianne Sturman
Because Ibsenite drama has become part of the history of the theater, a study of his work gives us a special insight into contemporary writings. The Modern 'theater of the absurd, ' for instance, expressing a personal alienation from society, is merely another form of the social criticism which Ibsen first inspired.
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