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Henrik Johan Ibsen

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Transcript of Henrik Johan Ibsen

Henrik Johan Ibsen Life:
March 20,1828
Mother: Marichen Altenburg
Father: Knud Ibsen
Born in Skien, Norway
Nationality is Norwegian Death:
He died in Christinia after a series of strokes. He was buried in Var Frelsers Gravlund( The Graveyard of Our Savior) Family Life:
He was married to Suzannah Thoresen and had their only child Sigurd Ibsen in 1859 Plays:
He has more than 187 plays
Catiline(1850)
Norma(1851)
Loves Comedy(1862)
A doll's house(1879)
Ghost(1881)
The Wild Duck(1884)
Little Eyolf(1894) Quotes and what they mean to us:
"Home life ceases to be free and beautiful as soon as it is founded on borrowing and debt."- a dolls house
-This quote means that life and society seem so good until you see all the troubles that follow.

"The strongest man in the world is he who stands alone."-an enemy of the people
-This quote is simply saying only the strong survive, and that you have to ignore what other people are saying and know that you have willpower to do whatever it is you want to do.


Interesting Facts:
He was paying child support for his son for 14yrs. but never saw the child.
- Imagine that paying for a child he never saw.
He has and international Ibsen Scholarship Styles Of Writing:
His career is divided into 3 distinct phases.
His early plays- Poetic epics
Middle phase-realistic classics
Later in life-Symbolism Education:
Ibsen's education was interrupted by poverty and at the age of 15 he was apprenticed to a pharmacist in Grimstad. Awards:
In 1864 Ibsen received an award for foreign travel from the government
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