Time's Disinherited Children
Childhood, Regression and Sacrifice in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen. Series A: Scandinavian Literary History and Criticism No 4
LITERATURE, CRITICISM, MEMOIRS, LETTERS / SCANDINAVIAN / NORDIC / DRAMA, THEATRE ARTS
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"A thought-provoking study. The author deals here not only with the actual children who appear in Ibsen's plays but more so with those many adults who, in the author's words, are 'sealed by environment, heredity, chance or self-will into childish roles which they are incapable of outgrowing.'... A fresh and though-provoking reassessment of Ibsen's achievement as poet and dramatist."