William Archer on Ibsen: The Major Essays, 1889-1919

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WILLIAM ARCHER ON IBSEN

The Major Essays, 1889-1919

Edited by
THOMAS POSTLEWAIT

Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies, Number 13

Greenwood Press

Westport, Connecticut London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 8
  • Part One: Essays from the Various Journals 11
  • Ibsen and English Criticism 13
  • Ghosts and Gibberings 23
  • The Quintessence of Ibsenism: An Open Letter to George Bernard Shaw 29
  • The Mausoleum of Ibsen 35
  • The Real Ibsen 53
  • Ibsen's Apprenticeship 69
  • Henrik Ibsen: Philosopher or Poet? 81
  • Ibsen in His Letters 93
  • Ibsen as I Knew Him 107
  • Ibsen's Craftsmanship 125
  • Ibsen's Imperialism 139
  • The True Greatness of Ibsen 153
  • Part Two: Essays on the Separate Plays 169
  • The Pretenders 171
  • Peer Gynt 177
  • The League of Youth 191
  • Pillars of Society 197
  • A Doll's House 205
  • Ghosts 217
  • An Enemy of the People 225
  • The Wild Duck 231
  • Rosmersholm 239
  • The Lady from the Sea 249
  • Hedda Gabler 255
  • The Master Builder 265
  • Little Eyolf 275
  • John Gabriel Borkman 281
  • When We Dead Awaken 285
  • Notes 289
  • Index 313
  • About the Editor 325
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