Ibsen Critics

Henry James
Called Ibsen "the provincial of provincials"
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James Joyce
“Ibsen has been the greatest influence on the present generation; in fact you could say that he formed it to a great extent,”
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Oscar Wilde
wrote “I felt pity and terror, as though the play had been Greek.”about Hedda Gabler
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George Bernard Shaw
“the quintessence of Ibsen is that there is no formula,” - this is in relation to Ibsen’s strong characters that “hold out against social hypocrisy,”
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“Ibsen has been the greatest influence on the present generation; in fact you could say that he formed it to a great extent,”

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James Joyce

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wrote “I felt pity and terror, as though the play had been Greek.”about Hedda Gabler

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“the quintessence of Ibsen is that there is no formula,” - this is in relation to Ibsen’s strong characters that “hold out against social hypocrisy,”

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