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Ibsen and the Greeks : the classical Greek dimension in selected works of Henrik Ibsen as mediated by German and Scandinavian culture / Norman Rhodes.

By: Rhodes, Norman.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Lewisburg [Pa.] : London : Bucknell University Press ; Associated University Presses, cop. 1995Description: 209 str. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0838752985.Subject(s): Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 -- Criticism and interpretation | Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 -- Knowledge -- Greek literature | Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 -- Knowledge -- German literature | Ibsen, Henrik znanje grčka književnost | Ibsen, Henrik znanje njemačka književnost
Contents:
Part I: Ibsen's theoretical frame :
1. Meanings and boundaries: the influence of German culture and Kierkegaard
2. Inscribing ideologies: Ibsen's essays, articles, and prologues
Part II: Representations and concealments :
3. Early interventions: 'Catiline' (1850) to 'Love's comedy' (1862)
4. Anxiety and influence: 'Brand' (1866), 'Peer Gynt' (1867), and the 'Iliad and Odyssey'
5. Hegelian complicity: 'Emperor and Galilean' (1873) - The third empire
6. Signifying relations: 'A doll house' (1879) and 'Antigone'
7. Subjective hegemony: 'An enemy of the people' (1882), Dr. Stockmann, Socrates, and Oedipus
8. Fatal antinomies: The final plays and the revival of Euripides
9. Fissures in the masks: Hidden meanings and traces in Ibsen's discursive practice
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Part I: Ibsen's theoretical frame :

1. Meanings and boundaries: the influence of German culture and Kierkegaard

2. Inscribing ideologies: Ibsen's essays, articles, and prologues

Part II: Representations and concealments :

3. Early interventions: 'Catiline' (1850) to 'Love's comedy' (1862)

4. Anxiety and influence: 'Brand' (1866), 'Peer Gynt' (1867), and the 'Iliad and Odyssey'

5. Hegelian complicity: 'Emperor and Galilean' (1873) - The third empire

6. Signifying relations: 'A doll house' (1879) and 'Antigone'

7. Subjective hegemony: 'An enemy of the people' (1882), Dr. Stockmann, Socrates, and Oedipus

8. Fatal antinomies: The final plays and the revival of Euripides

9. Fissures in the masks: Hidden meanings and traces in Ibsen's discursive practice

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