Henrik Ibsen. Writing T echnique. Realistic Drama For the first half of Ibsen's writing career he wrote mainly poetic and historical dramas, but his realistic plays. Twelve plays of modern life is what made him famous. Rich Dialogue . Compared to TV soap operas.
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For the first half of Ibsen's writing career he wrote mainly poetic and historical dramas, but his realistic plays.
Twelve plays of modern life is what made him famous.
Compared to TV soap operas.
He writes to awe the audience and grab their attention.
He shapes his plays to bring out certain large, archetypal conflicts and presences.
He overlooks small thing to do big things
Ibsen is considered the father of modern realistic drama
Ibsen's plays attack society’s values and dealt with unconventional subjects within the form of the well-made plot.
His plays are loaded with multiple meanings.
They portray enormous issues in miniature.
Ibsen's method was not to imitate Norwegian reality but to reinvent it as a metaphoric and historic space the could never actually exist.
A Dool House is set around spiritual rebirth
Includes tragic plays that are very over dramatic
He uses manipulations of reality.