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Ah yes ANITRA ASLAK BALLON BBBRKOPF BEGRIFFENFELDT Boyg Brand BRIDEGROOM BUTTON MOULDER called CAPTAIN casting-ladle cloven hoof COOK COTTON COURTIER dance dear dearest desert devil door Dovre drink EBERKOPF Edvard Grieg Emperor eyes father FELLAH GIRL give goes Grieg Grimstad Gudbrandsdal Gynt's hand Hegel HELGA Henrik Ibsen Herr Herr Pastor hill-troll hold horse HUSSEIN INGRID KARI King Apis laughing Literally live look Lord Master mother mountain never nonsense Norway Norwegian once one's PBBH GYNT PEER GYNT comes Peer's perhaps play Prophet reindeer remember ride Ronde round runs singing SOLVEIG song soul stands STRANGE PASSENGER sure tawny eagles tears tell thanks there's THIN things thought throw turn ugly Vinje VOICE wait What's WOMAN IN GREEN word YOUNG TROLLS YOUTH
Page 12 - In Brand the hero is an embodied protest against the poverty of spirit and half-heartedness that Ibsen rebelled against in his countrymen. In Peer Gynt the hero is himself the embodiment of that spirit. In Brand the fundamental antithesis, upon which, as its central theme, the drama is constructed, is the contrast between the spirit of compromise on the one hand, and the motto ' everything or nothing
Page 18 - ... alternation of stresses, stronger and weaker; the presence in verse of silent and invisible feet, like rests in music ; the reason why some lines of different length will combine harmoniously while others can only be so combined by great skill or good luck; why, while blank verse can be written in lines of ten or six syllables, a series of octosyllables ceases to be verse if they are not rhymed ; how Coleridge, in applying the new principle which he announced in the preface to Christabel...