Henrik Ibsen, arguably Norway's most famous playwright, is credited with founding the modern prose drama and with being one of the first dramatists to write tragedy about ordinary people. First published in 1890, Hedda Gabler is one of his most frequently performed plays. The heroine is bored and dissatisfied with her life. She takes drastic action to further her husband's career and comes to a tragic end.
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Hayes Barton Press
July 27, 2008
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