A Doll's House - a play - The Original Classic Edition
by Henrik Ibsen
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Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of A Doll's House - a play. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.
This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by Henrik Ibsen, which is now, at last, again available to you.
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I don't know whether you find also in your part of the world that there are certain people who go zealously snuffing about to smell out moral corruption, and, as soon as they have found some, put the person concerned into some lucrative position where they can keep their eye on him. ...If I had asked him for his signature, I should have had to tell him what the money was to be used for; and when he was so ill himself I couldn't tell him that my husband's life was in danger--it was impossible.
About Henrik Ibsen, the Author:
To the right Ibsen's mother Marichen Altenburg, her parents Hedevig Christine née Paus and ship-owner Johan Andreas Altenburg in the centre, to the left of Hedevig her nephew Henrik Johan Paus, who was not only Marichen Altenburg's cousin, but also the half brother of Knud Ibsen, and who grew up with his uncle and aunt ...As he wrote in an 1882 letter to critic and scholar Georg Brandes, 'my parents were members on both sides of the most respected families in Skien', explaining that he was closely related with 'just about all the patrician families who then dominated the place and its surroundings', mentioning the families Paus, Plesner, von der Lippe, Cappelen and Blom.
- Emereo Publishing, March 2013
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