A Study of Six Plays by Ibsen

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INDEX
Ålberg, Ida, 130 n.
Amalfi, 109
American performances, 103, 146
Andersen, Hans Christian, 96
Andersen, Hildur, 184
Andréas-Salomé, Lou, 143, 154 n.
Andrews, A. le R., 94 f., 207
Anzengruber, Ludwig, 144
Archer, William, 71 n., 73, 95 n., 203, 207 f. et passim
Ariccia, 35
Aristophanes, 5 n.
Asbjørnsen, Peter Christian, 72 ff.
Augier, Émile, 108 n., 122
Bagge, Magnus, 158 n.
Bakken, H. S., 72, 206 f.
Bang, Herman, 142
Bardach Emilie, 182 ff., 190
Beerbohm Sir Max, 55 n.
Belgium, performance in, 146
Bergen, 1, 4
Berggrav, E., 207
Bergsøe, Jørgen Vilhelm, 70 f., 207
Beyer, H., 19 n., 206 f.
Bigeon, M., 20 n.
Bing, J., 206
Bjerregaard, Henrik Anker, 4 n.
Bjørnson, Bj ørn, 103
Bj ørson, Bj ørnstjerne Martinius, 1, 24, 64101 n., 102, 103, 107 f., 122, 125, 149, 160 n., 204
Blanc, T., 2 n.
B ødtker, S., 6 n.
Boer, R. C., 74 n., 91, 133, 206
Boettcher, F., 206
Boyesen, H. H., 206
Bradbrook, M. C., 206
Brækstad, H. L., 73 n., 83
Brand, Ibsen's, 34 ft.; circumstances of composition, 34 ff.; 'epical' version, 35 f; theme and fable, 37 f; end of dramatic poem and its interpretation, 39 ff.; the ice-church, the falcon and Gerd, 44 ff.; underlying personal experiences, 46 ff.; social and political criticisms implied, 49 ff.; character and mission of the hero, 49 ff.; relation to Kierkegaard's teaching, 56 ff.; models for the hero and other characters, 62 ff.; stage-representations, 64 ff.; reception, 66; place in Ibsen's œuvre, 66 ff. Other references, 14, 79, 91, 92 n., 98 n., 105, 106, 123 n., 135, 138, 144, 157, 165, 170, 171, 175, 177, 207
Brandes, Carl Edvard Cohen, 167, 184, 199
Brandes, Georg Morris Cohen, 19, 57, 60, 64 n., 88, 102, 104 ff., 132, 144 n., 182 n., 184 f., 194, 202 n., 206, 208
Brieux, Eugène, 122
Brun, Johannes Finne, 151
Brun, Johan Nordal, 71 n.
Bruun, Christopher Arndt, 63 f.
Bruun, Thea, 64
Bull, F., 64, 206 f.
Bull, Ole, 73 n., 95
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 35, 96
Carlyle, Thomas, 52, 138
Catiline, Ibsen's, 6, 64, 67 n., 139, 141, 142, 174, 196
Chekhov, Anton, 151
Chesnais, P. G. la, 207
Christiania, 1, 4, 110 n., 154 n., 170 et passim
Christiania Theater, 31, 34 n., 65, 103, 145, 151, 203
Collett, Camilla (formerly, Wergeland), 10 ff., 101 n., 126, 140
Coliin, C., 206
Danish performances, 66 n., 67, 72, 103, 145, 151, 203
Darwin, Charles, 132, 136, 148 f.
Dickens, Charles, 158 n.
Dietrichson, Lorentz, 35 f.
Doll's House, Ibsen's, 104 ft.; circumstances and history of composition, 104, ff.; fable, 110 ff.; minor characters, 111 f.; sub-plot, 113 f., 123f.; analytic technique, 114 ff.; enig-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Prefatory Note xi
  • Chronological List of Ibsen's Writings xii
  • Love's Comedy 1
  • Brand - 1866 34
  • Peer Gynt - 1867 70
  • A Doll's House 104
  • The Wild Duck 147
  • The Master Builder 178
  • Select Bibliography 206
  • Index 209
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