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The Wild Duck / Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen Michael Meyer,

  • Title: The Wild Duck / Hedda Gabler
  • Author: Henrik Ibsen Michael Meyer
  • ISBN: 9780393314496
  • Page: 142
  • Format: paper
  • In Michael Meyer s fluent, idiomatic translations, The Wild Duck and Hedda Gabler stand as masterpieces of naturalist drama.
    The Wild Duck Hedda Gabler In Michael Meyer s fluent idiomatic translations The Wild Duck and Hedda Gabler stand as masterpieces of naturalist drama

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    1. Opening RamblingsI could be surprised that this is the first time that I have read Ibsen, in my imagination I think occasionally that in terms of my social and political outlook that Ibsen is most or less where I am at, but this of course is the purest nonsense, I m still back in those BC years, I haven t crossed the boundary to AD let alone reached 19th century Norway Just as an example I read Mathematics without Fear and finally understood that the reason why I struggled with Maths in school i [...]

    2. Hace unos a os le la obra completa de Henrik Ibsen en edici n Aguilar, forrado en cuero, papel arroz, un tomo incre ble que posiblemente sea uno de los libros que m s aprecio de mi biblioteca Entre las historias de vikingos, las picas en verso que desgraciadamente no puedo leer en su idioma original y los dramas realistas que son el plato principal, hay una obra que me qued grabada El pato salvaje.La historia se desarrolla alrededor de una idea, se puede sostener la felicidad en una vida constru [...]

    3. Full disclosure I m not a huge Ibsen fan Every few years I reread his work in hopes of better appreciating it because wow is he talented but I just don t click with him There s not any one thing I can point to and say this is why I don t enjoy this Nope From an intellectual perspective, I respect the heck out of Ibsen That he repeatedly courted controversy by writing complicated, unlikeable female characters in an era when female characters were usually little than support for the men is fantas [...]

    4. I admit, I have no idea what to make of The Wild Duck What does the duck symbolize Urgh, and the idiot preface is totally useless.

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