Henrik Ibsen 

Henrik Ibsen is best-remembered as a playwright. But, he also worked as a theatre director and composed a few poems. He is one of the founders of modernist theatre. His best-known plays include “A Doll’s House” and “Peer Gynt.” The latter contains many interesting examples of his more poetic prose. Read more about Henrik Ibsen.

Mountain Life

‘Mountain Life’ by Henrik Ibsen describes a paradise separate from the outside world and that plays host to isolated, peace loving farmers. 

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