Rethinking The Frogs Henrik Ibsen Analysis
In contrast to Molière, Henrik Ibsen was a man of serious nature. His goal was to examine ideas, to challenge individuals to really think about their society but not to conceive a ‘perfect world’. A Doll's House is widely considered to be one of the prime examples of realism.
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His contribution to theatre, to this day, aids actors and the like to put on more realistic and natural performances. Also, Ibsen seems to tackle more universal issues to aid society’s needs to progress in equality, culture and modernisation. Ibsen has a rather different look upon the world and how it works, and this, I believe, would work well in today’s culture all across the world. Taking the police brutality in the states, or the attacks in Siberia as examples, these issues could be brought forth with more attention or force if Ibsen were to see, and act upon, these issues in today’s