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Prominent Scandinavian authors from the end of the nineteenth century struggled with the classical themes of myth and religion and the modern concepts of Freud and Darwin. The reconciliation of these counterpoints in the work of Norway's Henrik Ibsen, Sweden's August Strindberg and Denmark's J.P. Jacobsen, forms the core of Erik Østerud's provocative analysis. It is Østerud's view that naturalism with its mimetic representation of reality has been a source of conflict for these three men.
Table of contentsIntroduktion
I. Henrik Ibsen's theatre mask. Tableau, absorption and theatricality in The Wild Duck
II. A Doll's House. Ibsen's Italian Masquerade
III. Tableau and Thanatos in Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts
IV. August Strindberg's Svarta Handsken as a modern morality play
V. Unravelling the riddle of nature. J.P. Jacobsen's 'Mogens' in the field of conflict between religion and science
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Edited by Lutz Klassen
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