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Archer, William Introduction to The Collected Works of Henrtk Ibsen, edited and translated by Archer, Scnbner, 1906-1912.

Durbach, Errol A Doll's House: Ibsen's Myth of Transformation, Twayne Masterworks Studies, Twayne Publishers, 1991.

Fmney, Gail. "Ibsen and Feminism," m The Cambridge Companion to Ibsen, edited by James McFarlane, Cambridge University Press, 1994, pp 89-105.

Franc, Miriam Alice Ibsen in England, The Four Seas Co., 1919, pp. 131-33

Goodman, Walter. Review of A Doll's House, The New York Times, May 14, 1986.

Hemmer, Bjorn. "Ibsen and the Realistic Problem Drama," in The Cambridge Companion to Ibsen, edited by James McFarlane, Cambridge University Press, 1994, pp 68-88.

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