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Tags: Psychology
240 x 170 mm, 352 pp
English, 2010/01
ISBN: 978-962-7707-73-8

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Ibsen and the Modern Self
Kwok-kan Tam, Terry Siu-han Tam, Frode Helland
Open University of Hong Kong Press

The essays in this volume seek to place the Ibsenian self in the contexts of cultural changes amidst the rise of modernism and the experimentations with new ways of theatrical representation. Contributors to this volume are leading scholars and drama specialists from different parts of the world. Adopting critical approaches ranging from psycho-moral considerations to ideology and gender studies, they highlight some of the latest reflections on the self as manifested in Ibsen's texts.

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