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The Works of Henrik Ibsen

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Series: The Collected Works of Henrik Ibsen ()

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1928. The works of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, who is generally acknowledged as the founder of modern prose drama. Contents: Hedda Gabbler; Ghosts; An Enemy of the People; A Doll_s House; The League of Youth; The Wild Duck; The Master Builder; Pillars of Society; Rosmersholm; and Peer Gynt.

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