Love's Comedy by Henrik Ibsen
Author: Henrik Ibsen | Published: 1862
Falk, a poet, and Lind, an aspiring missionary, are two students staying at the country house of Mrs. Halm. They both fall in love with Mrs. Halm's daughters, Svanhild and Anna. As the romance between the two couples progresses, they are faced with a dilemma: either follow their heart or live a conventional life.
About Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen is heralded as one of the most influential and important playwrights in history. His plays are renowned for their realism, unapologetic look at societal roles, and complex characters. He was born in Skien, Norway in 1828 and worked as a pharmacist before deciding to pursue his passion for writing.
Ibsen's works were groundbreaking for the time period; he explored controversial topics such as adultery, women’s subjugation, and mental illness that hadn't been openly discussed prior to his writing. Perhaps his most famous work is A Doll's House which explores a woman's struggle between her traditional role in society and her own desires. This groundbreaking piece inspired many feminist movements throughout the world by showing readers that they don't have to conform to predetermined gender roles or expectations. 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.