Ibsen, Henrik (b. 1828)

Ibsen, Henrik, Norwegian dramatist and poet, born at Skein, in Norway; bred to medicine; is author of a succession of plays of a new type, commencing with “Catalina,” a poor attempt, followed by “Doll's House,” “Ghosts,” “Pillars of Society,” and “Brand,” deemed his masterpiece, besides others; his characters are vividly drawn as if from life; he is a psychologist, and his productions have all more or less a social bearing; (b. 1828).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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