The Wild Duck: A New Translation, the Writing of the Play, Criticism
Edited and translated by Kai Jurgensen and Robert Schenkkan, this edition of The Wild Duck for performance and study has been translated by John Simon and features a sixteen-page introduction, a list of principal dates in the life of Ibsen, and a selected bibliography.
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A tragedy of Shakespearean proportions. The fatal flaw of hubris makes Hialmar into a tragic anti-hero with Gregers as his well-meaning but evil nemesis. Read full review
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Swan Lake+Bizzare Love Triangle = Ibsen's The Wild Duck. At first a dull tale turns into a riveting one about deceit, sorrow, greed, despair and misunderstanding. A life goal would be to direct Ibsen's brilliant play in a post-modern adaptation. Read full review