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Universitetet i Oslo Senter for Ibsen-studier BIBSYS

Senter for Ibsen-studier i Oslo Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 139881583 (Corporate)

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Contemporary Ghanaian perceptions of A doll's house BIBSYS
An eco-feminist reading of four plays of Henrik Ibsen BIBSYS
An enemy of the people transformed into Ganashatru : how local? BIBSYS
Fra Ibsen til Beckett BIBSYS
Ibsen and costume : a case study of the Rat Wife BIBSYS
Ibsen as understood in Bangladesh : Ghosts and A doll's house seen through the lenses of gender BIBSYS
Ibsen's piano : a cultural and literary analysis of "A doll house","Hedda Gabler" and "John Gabriel Borkman" from the perspective of the piano as visual and auditory element in the plays BIBSYS
Importance of dreams and fantasies in Ibsen's dramas : a psychoanalytic study of The vikings of Helgeland and Little Eyolf BIBSYS
Intercultural Ibsen in contemporary China BIBSYS
Looking for Ibsen in Mangfoldsåret : investigating processes and barriers to multiculturalism in the Norwegian theatre BIBSYS
The model, the artist and the false dilemma : a comparative analysis of When we dead awaken BIBSYS
The nation speaks through the global : transformations of Peer Gynt in South Asia and in a Norwegian valley BIBSYS
Nora's performance in China (1914-2010) : inspiration, communities and political theatre BIBSYS
Den optiske fordring, 1997: Library of Congress/NACO
The political influence on Ibsen's reception in Georgia BIBSYS
The "voices of reason"? : a study of some minor characters in Ibsen's The wild duck, Rosmersholm and Hedda Gabler from the perspective of anti-idealism BIBSYS
Water; life which moves on earth : water as the mode of self-reflection in The lady from the sea BIBSYS
Woman in the artist's world : post-Jungian reading of Hedda Gabler BIBSYS

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