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The Master Builder (1892)

av Henrik Ibsen

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First performed in 1892, this psychological drama is one of the great Norwegian playwright's most symbolic and lyrical works. The drama explores the insecurities of an aging architect, Halvard Solness, who suspects that his creative powers have diminished with age. Solness finds strength of purpose in his involvement with Hilda -- his muse, inspiration, and ardent believer in his greatness -- but their association leads to a conflict between heroic myth and complicated reality. Among the most original of Ibsen's works and one of his most frequently performed plays, The Master Builder is widely read by students of drama and literature as well as other readers. The play offers audiences a thought-provoking examination of the needs of the artist in relation to those of society and the limits of artistic achievement.… (mer)
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  AdemilsonM | Sep 2, 2015 |
Never seen any Ibsen or read any and had very little idea what to expect. It was a bit weird but definitely captivated me (have an extra half star). It is odd to think of Ibsen writing this in Norway so long ago - before my grandfather was born as it is so different to anything else I have read from that time. I don't think I buy into the symbolism that the description on the cassette box claims - seems more of a psychological exercise to me. And beautifully performed. I think if I got the chance I might go and see an Ibsen play in the theatre. ( )
  Ma_Washigeri | Jun 17, 2014 |
This play is from the end of Ibsen's career and there is a clear difference in style and content from the earlier plays. I have appreciated his wit and social commentary but that was lacking in this play. Instead, there is a possibly mad builder and his relationship with God... If that sounds interesting, you will probably like this.

I also listened to the Librivox recording as I read this and would like to mention the wonderful production. Very well done. ( )
  leslie.98 | Jul 17, 2013 |
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Solness frykter ungdommen, men er besatt av unge Hilde Wangel. Hun utfordrer ham til å klatre opp og feste kransen på tårnet på huset han har bygget for å redde sitt ekteskap. I overmot trosser han høydeskrekken og klatrer opp, og faller ned. Dette er et drama om kunsten og livet, om alderdommens møte med ungdommen og drømmen om det umulige. I hovedrollene: Jan Grønli, Heidi Goldmann og Anne Marit Jacobsen ( )
1 rösta Rose-Marie | Oct 7, 2008 |
Wikipedia: The Master Builder was the first work Ibsen wrote upon after his return to Norway from Europe in July 1891. It is generally grouped with the three other works written during this late period of Ibsen's life - Little Eyolf, John Gabriel Borkman, and When We Dead Awaken - as "symbolic plays" which lack the thematic clarity of such earlier works as Hedda Gabler. Early reactions to the play by Ibsen's critics were mixed, probably due its heightened symbolism, much of which is unclear. Hilde, for example, seems to alternate roles between an inspiring force, urging Solness to temper his rampant ambition and pursue real happiness, and a temptress, pushing Solness to commitments he cannot possibly make. English critic William Archer, however, has suggested that the play is not as completely symbolic as some have maintained, interpreting it instead as "a history of a sickly conscience, worked out in terms of pure psychology." He notes that in this regard the play is similar to earlier Ibsen works which deal mainly with a retrospective look at a character's psyche.
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  mmckay | Aug 25, 2007 |
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Författarens namnRollTyp av författareVerk?Status
Ibsen, HenrikFörfattareprimär författarealla utgåvorbekräftat
Carlsson, AnniEfterordmedförfattarevissa utgåvorbekräftat
Gerlach, Hans EgonÖversättaremedförfattarevissa utgåvorbekräftat
Ibsen, SigurdÖversättaremedförfattarevissa utgåvorbekräftat

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First performed in 1892, this psychological drama is one of the great Norwegian playwright's most symbolic and lyrical works. The drama explores the insecurities of an aging architect, Halvard Solness, who suspects that his creative powers have diminished with age. Solness finds strength of purpose in his involvement with Hilda -- his muse, inspiration, and ardent believer in his greatness -- but their association leads to a conflict between heroic myth and complicated reality. Among the most original of Ibsen's works and one of his most frequently performed plays, The Master Builder is widely read by students of drama and literature as well as other readers. The play offers audiences a thought-provoking examination of the needs of the artist in relation to those of society and the limits of artistic achievement.

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