Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen
Author: Henrik Ibsen | Published: 1894
Little Eyolf Synopsis
Little Eyolf depicts a couple's troubled marriage haunted by guilt due to an accident that left their son paralyzed in one leg.
About Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen is a world-renowned Norwegian playwright who has left an indelible mark on the theatre world. He was born in 1828 in Skien, Norway, and after growing up there with his family, he moved to Christiania (now Oslo). His early plays were written while he was living in Italy and Dresden, but it wasn’t until he returned to Norway that he penned his most acclaimed works. Ibsen’s plays often explored social issues such as gender roles, sexuality, and marriage. He is credited for creating a new genre of drama known as “naturalism” which featured realistic settings and characters. His best-known works include A Doll's House (1879), Ghosts (1881), An Enemy of the People (1882) and Hedda Gabler (1890). Find out more about Henrik Ibsen at sevenov.com.
Henrik Ibsen's Books on PageVio
Plays: Catiline | The Burial Mound | Lady Inger of Ostrat | The Feast at Solhaug | Olaf Liljekrans | The Vikings at Helgeland | Love's Comedy | The Pretenders | Brand | Peer Gynt | Emperor and Galilean | The Pillars of Society | A Doll's House | Ghosts | An Enemy of the People | The Wild Duck | Rosmersholm | The Lady from the Sea | Hedda Gabler | The Master Builder | Little Eyolf | John Gabriel Borkman | When We Dead Awaken
Here's a full list of Henrik Ibsen's books.