Throughout the play, we hear deference for "Hedda Gabler", the popular and beautiful daughter of General Gabler. She was clearly a sought after prize and had an abundance of ambitious suitors. Many people clearly adored her - or adored the idea of her - when she was young and unmarried. Join their throngs. Create a piece of art - a poem, a drawing, music, or other art to celebrate the beauty and fire of young Hedda Gabler. Be creative, and think of the details that such and admirer may - or may not - notice and choose to include in their art. Your art can be a true tribute to beauty or you can choose a more satirical approach that addresses the less attractive undercurrents beneath her superficial glory.
Symbols are usually chosen because they are somehow connected to the thing they are meant...
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