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The Feast at Solhoug


The Feast at Solhoug

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    Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen, considered to be the father of modern drama, was a Norwegian playwright. He is responsible for "realistic drama". During the Victorian era Ibsen's writings were considered scandalous. The Feast at Solhoug was first performed in January 1856 in Bergen. Bengt Guateson and Margit. Erik of Hogge are celebrating their third wedding anniversary with a feast. Knut wants to marry Margit's sister. Knut is a warlike man who pledges to act peacefully for a year in order to get permission to marry. After a few anxious moments the play ends on a happy note.   show more
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