Henrik Ibsen 1828-1906
Norwegian-born playwright Henrik Ibsen is considered one of the most influential writers of the post-Romanticism era. Although early on he studied to become a pharmacist and later a physician, his pursuits turned to writing and he traveled extensively in Europe where he staged numerous plays to much public acclaim.
His work examines themes such as morality, social class issues, social reform, and liberation found in works such as A Doll's House and An Enemy of the People. His works are still popular productions for stage and screen.
MAJOR WORKS:• The Pretenders• Peer Gynt• Hedda Gabler• The Master Builder• A Doll's House• An Enemy of the People
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