Additional Resources for Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen

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Gunnarsson, Torsten. Nordic Landscape Painting in the Nineteenth Century, translated by Nancy Adler, Yale University Press, 1998.

Examines the themes and the social and political environment in which Scandinavian painters worked. There is a good representation of the forests and fjords of this area of Europe.

Hanson, Karin Synnove, editor, Henrik Ibsen, 1828-1978: A Filmography, Oslo, 1978.

Contains details about the film productions of Ibsen's work.

Hemmer, Bjorn, editor. Contemporary Approaches to Ibsen VII, Norwegian University Press, 1991.

A collection of essays on Ibsen's work. Of particular note, this volume contains several interesting discussions about Nazi productions of Ibsen's plays.

Hemmer, Bjorn, editor. Contemporary Approaches to Ibsen VIII, Norwegian University Press, 1994

Includes a discussion about the initial production of Peer Gynt in 1876.

Lambourne, Lionel. The Aesthetic Movement, by Phaidon Press, 1996.

Presents a discussion of a movement that brought change in architecture, a change that Ibsen refers to in Peer Gynt. The...

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