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The Master Builder

The Master Builder

By: Henrik Ibsen

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First performed in 1892, this psychological drama is one of the great Norwegian playwright's most symbolic and lyrical works. The drama explores the insecurities of an aging architect, Halvard Solness, who suspects that his creative powers have diminished with age. Solness finds strength of purpose in his involvement with Hilda — his muse, inspiration, and ardent believer in his greatness — but their association leads to a conflict between heroic myth and complicated reality.
Among the most original of Ibsen's works and one of his most frequently performed plays, The Master Builder is widely read by students of drama and literature as well as other readers. The play offers audiences a thought-provoking examination of the needs of the artist in relation to those of society and the limits of artistic achievement.

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ISBN 100486419282
ISBN 139780486419282
Author/EditorHenrik Ibsen
FormatBook
Grade level9 and Up (ages 14 and up)
Page Count80
Dimensions5 x 8

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