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La philosophie sociale dans le theatre d'Ibsen

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Author: Ossip-Lourie
Published: 1900
Language: French
Wordcount: 46,210 / 166 pg
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 371
Added to site: 2006.02.08 12670
Genre: Criticism

reste toujours un élément personnel qu'on ne saurait négliger. Toute philosophie porte le nom d'un homme.

CHALLEMEL-LACOUR, Philosophie individualiste, p. ii.


L'enfance d'Ibsen. La pharmacie de Grimstad. La révolution hongroise. Christiania. L'école de Helmberg. La première pièce d'Ibsen, Catilina. Ibsen, rédacteur d'Andrimmer. Ses premières poésies. Ibsen, metteur en scène du théâtre de Bergen (1851-1857) et directeur du théâtre de Christiania (1857-1862). Son mariage. La comédie de l'Amour. Le subside, le Digter gage, du Storthing norvégien. La guerre entre le Danemark et la Prusse. L'exil. 1828-1864.


Henrik Ibsen naquit, le 20 mars 1828[1] à Skien, province de Télemarken où son bisaïeul, d'origine danoise, était venu s'établir en 1726.

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