Mrs. Thea Elvsted may not be perfect wife but she is bold lady of Ibsen’s era, which has been put in juxtaposition to Hedda Gabler.
Category: Henrik Ibsen
Judge Brack in one of those characters, whom Henrik Ibsen has very skillfully painted in the play Hedda Gabler to show male hypocrisy.
Hedda Gabler is a play that promotes feminism through its main theme of “Women’s Liberation” due to which it is called a feminist play.
“Hedda Gabler” has been written with psychological perspectives due to the reason it is termed as a “Psychological Play”. Henrik Ibsen presents psyche not only of s specific character but […]
Character sketching technique of Henrik Ibsen is praiseworthy. He has created a character, which perfectly fits for modern tragedy. His concept of tragedy is totally different from conventional writers, therefore, […]
Write critical note on the character of Eilert Loevbborg in “Hedda Gabler”. Eilert Loevbborg is a major character in “Hedda Gabler”. Henrik Ibsen’s characterization is the hallmark of his artistic […]
The play “Hedda Gabler” is the product of a mind deeply preoccupied with the nature of power, particularly the power of one mind to influence and impose itself upon another”. […]
“The daemon in Hedda is that she wants to influence another human being, but once that has happened she despises him”. Do you agree? Give arguments to support your answer. […]
While discussing tragedy, neither Aristotle can be ignored nor can William Shakespeare be underestimated. “Hedda Gabler” is indeed a succefful tragedy.