The Wild Duck


Title: Hardback
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The Wild Duck is a play by Henrik Ibsen, a Norwegian playwright. Written in 1884, it is one of Ibsen's significant works, exploring complex themes such as the nature of truth, the illusion of happiness, and the impact of secrets on family life. The play centers on Gregers Werle, who returns to his hometown after many years and seeks to expose what he believes to be the truth about the past lives of the Ekdal family. His actions disrupt the fragile happiness of the Ekdals, particularly affecting Hjalmar Ekdal and his daughter, Hedvig. The titular "wild duck" symbolizes the characters' struggles and illusions.


Publisher - Wildside Press LLC

Author(s) - Henrik Ibsen


Published Date - May 16 2024

ISBN - 9781479477432

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1 cm

Page Count - 114


Published Date - May 16 2024

ISBN - 9781479477449

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.7 cm

Page Count - 114

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