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The collected works of Henryk Ibsen 1 edition

The collected works of Henryk Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen

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The collected works of Henryk Ibsen.
Copyright edition.

Published 1910 by Charles Scribner's Sons in New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

v. 1. Lady Inger of Östråt. The feast at Solhoug. Love's comedy
v. 2. The Vikings at Helgeland. The pretenders
v. 3. Brand
v. 4. Peer Gynt
v. 5. Emperor and Galilean
v. 6. The League of Youth. Pillars of society
v. 7. A doll's house. Ghosts
v. 8. An enemy of the people. The wild duck
v. 9. Rosmersholm. The lady from the sea
v. 10. Hedda Gabler. The master builder
v. 11. Little Eyolf. John Gabriel Borkman. When we dead awaken
v. 12. From Ibsen's workshop : notes, scenarios, and drafts of the modern plays.

Edition Notes

A collection of Ibsen's dramatic work in English translation.
William Archer revised most of the translations; cf. his general pref. in v. 1.
Some vols. in the present set are later impressions of vols. in the 1906-1912 sets described in LC catalog record 06-39770. They are dated as follows: v. 1,4,7: 1913; v. 3,6,9-10: 1912; v. 2,5,11-12: 1911; v. 8: 1910.
Card to Miss M. Heiusaline(?) post marked French Lick, ND Apr 5 1920 laid in v. 7.
LC set uniformly bound with: Henrik Ibsen / by Edmund Gosse. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. That vol. is numbered 13 on its spine.
Source: Bequest of Edith G. Rosenwald, Jan. 23, 1989.


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PT8852.E5 A7 1910

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