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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Henrik Ibsen is kind of a big deal.

Wow, right? A Norwegian playwright writing in the last half of the 19th century, Ibsen is known as "the father of modern drama. Ibsen proved that with very realistic settings, characters, and scenarios, you could still comment on big abstract ideas. He was also a bit scandalous, always raising eyebrows with his unflattering portrayals of Victorian values. This second half began with A Doll House — the play that made Ibsen famous commercially and critically in Eleven years later, in , came Hedda Gabler.

Hedda tells the story of the original desperate housewife — and Eva Longoria Parker has got nothing on this lady. Hedda, once the best catch in town, is a woman restricted by Victorian values and trapped in a loveless marriage with a boring, boring man.

But she won the critics over — gradually — in the course of a decade; reviews steadily improved until a Broadway production set it firmly in the dramatic canon. To this day, Hedda is one of the most talked about fictional women in all of drama. Known as "the female Hamlet," she is also one of the most difficult roles for an actress to play. Man, life was tough for a woman in Victorian Norway.

Social confines, gender roles, restrictions on activities, friends, and language, and a constant worry over reputation ruled the day. You caught us being sneaky. A little toy I like to play with. Hedda is the story of cruel machinations designed to entertain. Like so many great stories, sex has a lot to do with it. While both of these femme fatales dominate men, they both partner with or live through, as Freudians would say one man in particular who ends up captivated by a kinder, sweeter, more feminine version of the female sex.

The turf battle begins, in this general fashion: "Do you honestly believe you've done a complete in the few days you've known her? Well let me tell you something, people don't change overnight. You and I are two of a kind.

Hedda Gabler , A silent film! Hedda Gabler, The latest U. Ingrid Bergman as Hedda The opening of the film. Cate Blanchett as Hedda About her performance in Australia.

Great Henrik Ibsen Page Biography, overviews, resources, and more. Study Guide. By Henrik Ibsen. Hedda Gabler Introduction Henrik Ibsen is kind of a big deal.

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SparkNotes is here for you with everything you need to ace or teach! Find out more. The entire play takes place in the Tesman's living room and in a smaller room to its side. They have just returned from a six-month honeymoon. Hedda is aristocratic and hard to please.

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But circumstances are against our doing so. I am at present engaged upon a new dramatic work, which for several reasons has made very slow progress, and I do not leave Munich until I can take with me the completed first draft. There is little or no prospect of my being able to complete it in July. On October 30 he wrote: "At present I am utterly engrossed in a new play. Not one leisure hour have I had for several months. It produces a curious feeling of emptiness to be thus suddenly separated from a work which has occupied one's time and thoughts for several months, to the exclusion of all else.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Henrik Ibsen is kind of a big deal. Wow, right? A Norwegian playwright writing in the last half of the 19th century, Ibsen is known as "the father of modern drama. Ibsen proved that with very realistic settings, characters, and scenarios, you could still comment on big abstract ideas.

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