The Vikings at Helgeland by Henrik Ibsen
Author: Henrik Ibsen | Published: 1857
The Vikings at Helgeland
Ornulf and his seven sons arrive in search of Ornulf's daughter Dagny and foster daughter Hjordis, who have been taken away and married off against their will to Sigurd and Gunnar, respectively. Revenge, honor, and duty are the main themes of the story.
About Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen is one of the most influential playwrights in history. Born in 1828, he was a major proponent of realism in his plays and is known for his works being ahead of their time. His most well-known pieces include A Doll's House, Hedda Gabler, Peer Gynt and Ghosts.
Ibsen's work transcended boundaries and eras, with many elements still relevant today. His stories were often about the search for self-discovery and identity within a patriarchal society that sought to oppress women. He also tackled social issues such as marriage, religion and classism head-on. Ibsen’s works remain some of the most studied texts in literature courses today due to their lasting impact on modern drama worldwide. 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.