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Author: Henrik Ibsen
By Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen. A two and a half-hour portrait of a marriage so bleak, that it made Nora and Torvald Helmer's doomed union in A Doll's House seem almost enviable. Download it now!
By the father of modern drama, Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, this dark, psychological Play follows its reckless, manipulative heroine to her tragic end. ...
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A collection of early plays by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen. Download it now!
Considered to be one of Ibsen`s greatest theatrical successes above all in German theaters, Pillars of Society are said to have been staged at no fewer than 2...
A powerful psychological drama by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen, that exposes the hypocrisy of social conventions through the events in the life of Mrs...
A compendium of the author’s stage and radio plays - while 'Slighted Souls' deals with the rebellion of the downtrodden. 'Men at work on Women at work’ is abo...
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Karen's life was changing and she seemed helpless to stop it. Her husband of almost 30 years, her soulmate, was responding to the manipulations of a younger w...
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A much abused 15 year-old barmaid from the East End of London and is sold as a “wife” to a farmer in the Cape of Good Hope Province in Marie, South Africa by ...
Where comedy meets divinity, with the use of synchronicity, yet stressing simplicity in keeping with the trinity, making straight the way of the Lord, so we...
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