A Doll's House: A Play
By Henrik Ibsen
- Release Date: 2010-10-04
- Genre: Performing Arts
A Doll's House: A Play Henrik Ibsen Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
It's a masterpiece of theatrical craft which, for the first time portrayed the tragic hypocrisy of Victorian middle class marriage on stage. The play ushered in a new social era and "exploded like a bomb into contemporary life".
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It was whatever I guess
This version ends early
This is not the entire book
Doll House Victorian Powerhouse
Ibsen exposes patriarchal fallacies while exposing the women in the play to effect real change behind the scenes. Nicely done, this play exposes male fantasy imposed on women as the fraud it is while avoiding any semblance of a soapbox lecture. James Axtell BA + MA ENG
This book gives a clear picture of how important it is to embrace individuality. Society is always going to have an opinion about you, but it’s not what they think about you. It’s what you think about you. Nora. You inspire me.
This version stops short and doesn’t have the full ending.
Unfinished- missing dialogue
By Reading nerd
The last pages of this play’s dialogue is missing. It ends abruptly. The publisher needs to fix this....
By Dan-Dan is my name💙💙💙
Love this play! But this work is not uploaded fully so you should buy it
Doll's house missing last few pages
Missing last few pages.
By Celia Alvarez
Several people have mentioned this already, but the fact that several pages are missing from the ending is more than just a minor issue. The ending is everything in this play--it is one of the most famous endings in all of literature. This is a MAJOR flaw and renders this copy of the play USELESS.
This isn't the entire play....
If you're going to advertise this being the play, try to make sure it's the entire thing.
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