Additional Resources for Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen

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Archer, William, ed., From Ibsen's Workshop: Notes, Scenarios and Drafts of the Modern Plays, translated by A. G. Charter, Scribner, 1978.

This reprint of the 1913 study shows the process of development of Ibsen's most important works. Included is an introduction by Archer, who was one of Ibsen's most knowledgeable critics.

Clurman, Harold, "In Full Stride," in Ibsen, Macmillan Publishing Co., 1977.

A chapter in Clurman's critical survey of Ibsen, which covers Ghosts and A Doll's House. This analysis examines the approach actors need to take in order to fully understand the characters in the play.

Joyce, James, "Ibsen's New Drama," from The Critical Writings of James Joyce, Viking Penguin, 1959.

Originally published in 1900, this review of a minor, seldom-discussed Ibsen piece, When We Dead Awaken, touches on all of the plays in the author's long career.

Lebowitz, Naomi, Ibsen and the Great World, Louisiana State University Press, 1990.

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