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Here the Ibsen classic gets an overhaul to make the language more accessible to modern audiences. For nontraditionalists only.
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Drama in three acts by Henrik Ibsen, originally published as Bygmester Solness in 1892 and first performed in 1893. The play explores the needs of the artist in relation to those of society and the limits of artistic creativity. There is an autobiographical element in the depiction of the aging architect, Halvard Solness, who feels pressure from a younger, more idealistic and ambitious generation of architects and fears the decay of his own creativity. -- The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature
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