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OP 2013-04-17 08:27:20 No.3665759

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Title, favorite work, whether you're a fan or not, yadda yadda. Taking a class on him at the moment

Anonymous 2013-04-17 08:28:01 No.3665760
Peer Gynt is great.

OP 2013-04-17 08:31:55 No.3665766
We're only reading his 'contemporary' plays, so everything from A Dollhouse onward. The story for Peer Gynt seemed interesting. I've read Hedda, A doll house, an enemy of the people and ghosts. He was pretty damn progressive, it seems

Anonymous 2013-04-17 08:43:48 No.3665780
The Wild Duck

Anonymous 2013-04-17 09:46:21 No.3665837

Being Norwegian I had to read his stuff and watch several plays in school. Shit's good, too. He was very progressive for his time, like you are saying. Peer Gynt is my favourite, such a good play.

Anonymous 2013-04-17 10:22:05 No.3665869

Anonymous 2013-04-17 10:25:16 No.3665871
>not interested in Ibsen because I assosciate it with a time when I thought Norsk was boring

How do I into Henrik Ibsen?

Anonymous 2013-04-17 18:12:57 No.3666755

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I hear ya...

I'm >>3665837 btw.

I dunno, I've always liked literature, but how we were introduced to this fantastic literature in our schooling system was nothing short of a disgrace. I'd have no idea where to start now.

Anonymous 2013-04-17 18:15:03 No.3666762
>on 4chan in the library
>look to my right, see all these collections of Ibsen's plays
>wonder who the fuck Ibsen is for a second
> refresh /lit/, see this thread on top

fucking cosmic moment

Anonymous 2013-04-17 18:27:47 No.3666807

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> How can I into cosmic moments.


Read 'De fire store', the comic about Ibsen as a Shaolin master, kicking ass.

Anonymous 2013-04-17 18:28:41 No.3666809
I'm taking a class on Ibsen's contemporary plays, as well. My favorite is When We Dead Awaken, but I think that's mainly because I read all the other contemporary plays first. It's so extremely well-fitting for a sort of climax, with all the realism he so carefully built up in the other plays being thrown right out the window. And its reversal of the Pygmalion myth is absolutely beautiful.

Anonymous 2013-04-17 19:03:52 No.3666883

I'm from Denmark and we read Et Dukkehjem in school. Was right before I took an interest into that sort of litterature, and it sort of ruined it for me. I'll probably read it again some time, but wish I'd the chance to read it for the first time again now.

OP 2013-04-17 21:55:40 No.3667461
OP here, didn't expect this thread to live through the night and get posts! I guess time-zone wise that does make sense though.

I enjoy his progressiveness, and his focus on the individual. That could be the "American"(1st generation) in me, but who knows.

I'm taking the class to finish a Swedish minor(Its all in our Scand. dept), and am greatly enjoying it. As for a good place to start, my class began with a dollhouse > ghosts > an enemy of the people.

All quite short as well!

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