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Comparative Analysis of Female Heroines in Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House

Nora Helmer and Hedda Gabler are contrasted and compared in 5 pages in terms of life perceptions, relationships, intellect, and pe...

Hedda Gabler by Henrik Gabler, Sterility and Fertility

her position of being pregnant. Through this pregnancy, her ability to be incredibly fertile, she is truly trapped in a world that...

Female Characters in Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

she develops the illusion of her identity slowly vanishes. She is slowly seen as an intelligent woman who desires more from life t...

Hedda Gabler by Ibsen: Culture of the Time

"terrible grand in her ways" (Ibsen I). Hedda is perhaps everything they assumed she would be. She is arrogant and above these p...

Questions on Hedda Gabler

suicide. When Judge Brack discerns Heddas role in Lovborgs suicide, he threatens blackmail and Hedda, too, commits suicide. Why ...

Gender Roles in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In two pages this play is analyzed in terms of its representation of gender roles as manifested in the neurotic Hedda Gabler. The...

Theater of Pain - Hedda Gabler and Equus

is a social climber; and she has no respect for her husband or his scholarship, finding it and him both incredibly boring. She is ...

Greek Tragedy and Naturalist Theater

in drama, as well as two of the most destructive. This paper compares and contrasts the plays that bear their names. Discussion H...

'Hedda Gabler' and 'Phaedra'

In this 5 page paper, the heroines of the respective works are compared and contrasted particularly in terms of how they depict wo...

Men in Henrik Ibsen's Social Dramas Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House

partner. He makes frequent animal comparisons to his wife, referring to her as "my little lark" (43) or "my squirrel" (44). Thes...

Comparing Characters in Ghosts and Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

that she engages in issues that were considered to be taboo for women back in those days; however, it is no longer her concern how...

Unconscious Mind Exploration in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In five pages this paper psychologically probes the conflicts within Hedda Gabler as presented in Ibsen's play. Four sources are ...

Social Power and Gender Themes in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In five pages this paper examines the themes of social power and gender as they are represented in the drama by Henrik Ibsen. The...

Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In four pages this paper provides an overview of the play and a character analysis of the self involved title character. There ar...

Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In five pages this paper examines the play, its conflict, and its neurotic protagonist. There are no other sources listed....

Greed in Henrik Ibsen's 'Hedda Gabler,' Voltaire's 'Candide' and Geoffrey Chaucer's 'The Canterbury Tales'

male dominance. Heddas immoral, destructive character is a direct product of the oppressiveness of a patriarchal society. As a m...

Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House and the Theme of Confinement

The ways in which confinement in its various forms such as psychological, social, financial, and emotional are thematically repres...

Tragic Personality of Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

of this play, we find Ibsens comments for what he called his "modern-day tragedy," He says, "There are two kinds of moral law, tw...

Paternal Influence in Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

In five pages this paper examines how the characters of these plays are influenced by their fathers and paternal sins. There are ...

Concept of Realism Featured in The Dancing Girl by Mori Ogai and in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

of the manipulative nature of Hedda and how she uses those around her for her own selfish purposes. She wants to live a comfortabl...

Neurosis in 'The Awakening' by Kate Chopin, Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen and Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert

In ten pages this research paper contrasts and compares the neuroses that characterizes the protagonists Edna, Hedda, and Emma in ...

Heartless Women in the Works of Henrik Ibsen and Charles Dickens

quite clear that Edith has just cause to feel alienated from her husband and her marriage from its inception. In the first half of...

Illusion and Truth in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen

that she has thoughts and ideas that are not necessarily normal for a simple woman. She has a fire, and that fire is the element o...

Self Discovery Journeys in the Works of Higuchi Ichiyo, Leo Tolstoy, and Henrik Ibsen

him to commit suicide. Judge Brack discerns Heddas duplicity in Lovborgs downfall and insinuates that he will hold this over her. ...

3 Authors on Seeking That Which is Unattainable

In four pages this paper contrasts and compares how the unattainable is represented in Alexander Pope's 'Essay on Man,' Henrik Ibs...

Marriage Views of Henrik Ibsen

works, that Ibsen had a unique take on women. In fact, Baker-White notes that Ibsens realist plays had been subverted due to the u...

Theories of Henrik Ibsen and Soren Kierkegaard

This paper examines concepts of paradox and passion, women's social position, and individual autonomy in the philosophy of Soren K...

Identity Need of Women in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen and Anton Chekhov

This paper discusses women's need for their own identity as considered by Anton Chekhov in Three Sisters and Henrik Ibsen in A Dol...

Harriet Wilson, Henrik Ibsen, Female Oppression and Self Integration

In five pages this paper discusses the problems of self integration between black and white women in a consideration of the oppres...

17th and 19th Century Literature and the Depiction of Women

In five pages this paper discusses how women were depicted in Tartuffe by Moliere, Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, and Hedda Ga...