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Studies in Strindberg £12.95
Michael Robinson
ISBN: 9781870041379
Modus Vivendi: Selected Prose by Gunnar Ekelöf £12.95
Gunnar Ekelöf, transl. Erik Thygesen
Erik Thygesen (ed.)
ISBN: 9781870041300
The Colonel's Family £4.95
Fredrika Bremer, transl. Sarah Death
ISBN: 9781870041317
Contemporary Norwegian Women's Writing £4.95
Janet Garton (ed.)
ISBN: 9781870041294
A Sudden Liberating Thought £4.95
Kjell Askildsen, transl. Sverre Lyngstad
ISBN: 9781870041249
Days with Diam £4.95
Svend Åge Madsen, transl. W Glyn Jones
ISBN: 9781870041263
From Baltic Shores £4.95
Christopher Moseley (ed.)
ISBN: 9781870041256
A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honour of Karin Petherick £12.95
Sarah Death and Helena Forsås-Scott (eds.)
ISBN: 9781870041270
The Scapegoat £4.95
Johan Borgen, transl. Elizabeth Rokkan
ISBN: 9781870041218
Strindberg and Genre £12.95
Michael Robinson (ed.)
ISBN: 9781870041188
No Man's Land: Modern Danish Women's Literature £4.95
Annegret Heitmann (ed.)
ISBN: 9781870041058
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Henrik Ibsen

Henrik Ibsen

2006 saw the centenary of the death of Norway's most famous son, the playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). Ibsen is the most performed dramatist after Shakespeare, with an almost constant presence on not least the London stage, and still dubbed 'The Living Ibsen' by an international conference in Oslo this year. To mark the centenary of this most enduringly fascinating of playwrights, Norvik Press is publishing two volumes: Paul Binding's reflections on the role of the artist in Ibsen's plays, With Vine-Leaves in His Hair, and Turning the Century, a selection of the finest scholarly essays on Ibsen, as published since 1962 in Scandinavica: An International Journal of Scandinavian Studies.

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