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An enemy of the people, Ibsen adapted by Arthur Miller, Gate Theatre
(Irish Theatre Magazine, 2013)
Ibsen’s 1882 An Enemy of the People is sometimes described as a problem play, in that it dramatises a compelling debate between two brothers about the nature of morality and individual responsibility. But that term might ...
‘Great Joys Were My Share Always’: Ibsenite echoes in Synge’s Deirdre of the Sorrows
(International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL) Japan, 2017)
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Exile, pistols, and promised lands: Ibsen and Israeli modernist writers
Allusions to Henrik Ibsen's plays in the works of two prominent Israeli modernist writers, Amos Oz s autobiographical A Tale of Love and Darkness (2004) and David Grossman s The Zigzag Kid (1994) examined in the context ...