A Doll's House: A Play - Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House: A Play

By Henrik Ibsen

  • Release Date: 2010-10-04
  • Genre: Performing Arts
4 Score: 4 (From 639 Ratings)
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  • Description

    It's a masterpiece of theatrical craft which, for the first time portrayed the tragic hypocrisy of Victorian middle class marriage on stage. The play ushered in a new social era and "exploded like a bomb into contemporary life".

    Reviews

    • Great!

      5
      By Dan-Dan is my name💙💙💙
      Love this play! But this work is not uploaded fully so you should buy it
    • Doll's house missing last few pages

      2
      By EsteeB82
      Missing last few pages.
    • Missing Pages

      1
      By Celia Alvarez
      Several people have mentioned this already, but the fact that several pages are missing from the ending is more than just a minor issue. The ending is everything in this play--it is one of the most famous endings in all of literature. This is a MAJOR flaw and renders this copy of the play USELESS.
    • This isn't the entire play....

      1
      By andrewparrish1
      If you're going to advertise this being the play, try to make sure it's the entire thing.
    • Good play, but it is cut off..

      4
      By PureHonorz
      I love the play throughout, but this edition of the book is missing a few pages. It leaves us at a cliff hanger that the author did not intend on. I do not recommend reading this edition if you want to know what occurs at the end of the play.
    • It's missing a piece

      4
      By Shhhhhtoloud
      It was fine until the very end, where it was missing a piece of act3. But besides that very enjoyable play.
    • Avery

      5
      By Hatty hat 128999
      I love this play good thing I'm in drama
    • Pages are missing!

      1
      By ShaniaWB
      Do NOT download this version. Pages are missing from the end of the book. Otherwise a great book and play.
    • A Doll's House

      4
      By marquis784
      Interesting story brilliantly explained through this play! The ending was strong and somewhat unexpected.
    • A Doll's House

      2
      By BraydenB
      This version of the play is accurate until the very end when the script ends abruptly. Other versions continue to the full extent of the play.

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