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.

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