Contemporary Approaches to Ibsen, Volume 8
Bjørn Hemmer, Vigdis Ystad
Scandinavian University Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 259 pages
Contemporary Approaches to Ibsen is a biennial publication designed to include the best in international Ibsen research. Volume VIII deals particularly with the early plays, in addition to in-depth studies of Hedda Gabler and John Gabriel Borkman.
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