This work represents those anthologies containing A Doll's House, The Wild Duck, Hedda Gabler, and The Master Builder. It should not be combined with any anthology containing a differing selection of plays.
Among the greatest and best known of Ibsen's works, these four plays--A Doll's House, The Wild Duck, Hedda Gabler, The Master Builder--brilliantly embody his landmark contributions to the theater. Rich in symbolism and often autobiographical, each work deals convincingly with the human emotions of greed, fear, and sexual hostility, and confronts the external conflicts between reality and illusion. Reissue.
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Presents four plays by nineteenth-century Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen, including "A Doll House," the story of a woman whose husband expects her to be his petted little songbird, but who is, in truth, hiding a deceptive secret.