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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: NYU Press. Publication Date: 1988. In this work, cultural anthropologist Per Schelde Jacobsen and literary critic Barbara Fass Leavy present a study of the late plays that offers both a fascinating look at Ibsen's subtle use of folk narratives and an illuminating discussion of the folklore itself. The authors examine the Danish magic ballads, the seal maiden stories, and Norwegian tales dealing with various kinds of fairy folk. They reveal how Ibsen used folk motifs, showing his remarkable sensitivity to how deep and far-reaching the folklore was in exploring human emotion and expression.

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In this work, cultural anthropologist Per Schelde Jacobsen and literary critic Barbara Fass Leavy present a study of the late plays that offers both a fascinating look at Ibsen's subtle use of folk narratives and an illuminating discussion of the folklore itself

In this work, cultural anthropologist Per Schelde Jacobsen and literary critic Barbara Fass Leavy present a study of the late plays that offers both a fascinating look at Ibsen's subtle use of folk narratives and an illuminating discussion of the folklore itself.

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Volume 3, Issue 1. January 1991, pp. 101-103. Ibsen's forsaken merman. Folklore in the later plays. Per Schelde Jacobsen and Barbara Fass Leavy. New York: New York Univ.

In this work, cultural anthropologist Per Schelde Jacobsen and literary critic Barbara Fass Leavy present a study of the late plays that offers both a fascinating look at Ibsen's subtle use of folk narratives and an illuminating discussion of the folklore itself. ISBN13:9780814741764. Norwegian tales dealing with various kinds of fairy folk. They reveal how Ibsen used folk motifs, showing his remarkable sensitivity to how deep and far-reaching the folklore was in exploring human emotion and expression

Barbara Fass Leavy is a former Professor of English Literature at Queens College of the City University of New York. Ibsen’s Forsaken Merman: Folklore in the Late Plays (Living with the Shore). by Per Shelde Jacobsen and Barbara Fass Leavy.

Barbara Fass Leavy is a former Professor of English Literature at Queens College of the City University of New York. Currently, she is Adjunct Professor of English in Psychiatry at the Institute for the History of Psychiatry, Weill Medical College of Cornell University. She has published numerous essays and given lectures on literature, folklore, crime fiction, gender relations, and Greek tragedy and psychology.

Jacobson Per Schelde; Leavy Barbara Fass. Critics have conceded that Ibsen used folk themes in his earlier, inferior plays, but major book has dealt with the fact that even in his later work, he made extensive use of folklore

Jacobson Per Schelde; Leavy Barbara Fass. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. Critics have conceded that Ibsen used folk themes in his earlier, inferior plays, but major book has dealt with the fact that even in his later work, he made extensive use of folklore.

Critics have conceded that Ibsen used folk themes in his earlier, inferior plays, but no major book has dealt with the fact that even in his later work, he made extensive use of folklore. In this work, cultural anthropologist Per Schelde Jacobsen and literary critic Barbara Fass Leavy present a study of the late plays that offers both a fascinating look at Ibsen's subtle use of folk narratives and an illuminating discussion of the folklore itself. The authors examine the Danish magic ballads, the seal maiden stories, and Norwegian tales dealing with various kinds of fairy folk. They reveal how Ibsen used folk motifs, showing his remarkable sensitivity to how deep and far-reaching the folklore was in exploring human emotion and expression. "Ibsen's Forsaken Merman" includes a translation of Ibsen's essay "On the Fold Ballad and Its Significance for the Literary Arts" and excerpts from his diary notes from a trip to the far north of Norway to collect folk ballads.
Ibsen’s Forsaken Merman: Folklore in the Late Plays (Living with the Shore) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Per Shelde Jacobsen,Barbara Fass Leavy
ISBN: 081474169X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: NYU Press; 1st edition (September 1, 1988)
Pages: 1 pages