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Doll's House, A

Doll's House, A

Henrik Ibsen

ISBN: 9781840024326

In this new version, Ibsen's classic emerges as a thoroughly modern and edgy thriller for our times. An adaptation from award-winning Bryony Lavery, A Doll's House is the timeless story of a woman in an unhappy and tired marriage, struggling to come to te

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Nora loves her husband above everything. But when she risks her reputation in order to save him, the consequences force her to examine her devotion, and she finds herself struggling for her own life. Henrik Ibsen's ground-breaking play created a huge sensation at its premiere in 1879 and is as fresh and pertinent as ever, with an unfading capacity to shock Disappointments in Love" and Mary Webb's "Precious Bane."
Henrik Ibsen

Henrik Ibsen

At age 23, Henrik Ibsen (born March 20, 1828, Skien, Nor.died May 23, 1906, Kristiania) became theatre director and resident playwright of the new National Theatre at Bergen, charged with creating a national drama. He directed the Norwegian Theatre in Kristiana from 1857 to 1863, when the theatre went bankrupt. He then set off on extended travels in Europe, beginning a self-imposed exile that ... view full profile

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