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Additional Resources for A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

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Magill, Frank N., editor Masterpieces of World Literature, Harper & Row, 1989, pp. 203-206.

This book compresses literary works into easily understood summaries In addition to plot summaries and character reviews, the editor also addresses historical context and critical interpretations The Magill compilations provide a reliable, accessible means for students to review texts

Meyer, Michael, editor. The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature, 4th Edition, St Martin's Press, 1996, pp 1128-1136.

This anthology encapsulates several brief approaches to the study of this play. Excerpts from psychological, Marxist, and feminists readings are provided to assist students with a comparison of the different critical readings possible.

Rickert, Blandine M, editor. Major Modem Dramatists, Volume 2, pp. 1-32.

This work provides an introduction to Ibsen drawn from reviews and critical interpretations of his work. Excerpts date from late in the nineteenth century to the late twentieth century Compiling this information allows students of Ibsen to...

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