The Master Builder
"The most gripping of Ibsen's later, brooding self-portraits, The Master Builder explores the nature of a messianic hero pulled down from the heights to reside in the community of men, and now painfully laboring to drag himself up again. Plays for Performance Series."
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Review: The Master Builder (Thrift Editions)User Review - Rich Law - Goodreads
This is the strangest of the (four) Ibsen plays I've read. It seems more like a fable than the ultra-realism you see in a Doll's House. Nevertheless, it's pretty powerful stuff. The main themes I took ... Read full review
Review: The Master Builder (Thrift Editions)User Review - Zadignose - Goodreads
Help! Save me from having read this play! My brain is broken, and I don't know what to say. Claptrap! I think... or is it... aarghh... Dare I condemn theater for being too theatrical? A few days of ... Read full review