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Ibsen in Context provides an unparalleled wealth of material on Ibsen's life, career, works and afterlives.
Preface; Acknowledgements; Note on the text; Chronology; Part I. Life and Career: 1. Early years in Norway Narve Fulsas; 2. From theatre to book Narve Fulsas; 3. Bourgeois drama Narve Fulsas; Part II. Culture and Society: 4. Genres Mads B. Claudi; 5. Realism Derek Miller; 6. Theatre Julie Holledge; 7. Visual arts Toril Moi; 8. Music Daniel M. Grimley; 9. Philosophy Kristin Gjesdal; 10. Science Kirsten Shepherd-Barr; 11. Feminism Toril Moi; 12. Capitalism Alisa Zhulina; Part III. Scandinavian Reception: 13. The Ibsen book Kamilla Aslaksen; 14. Publishing and readerships Henning Hansen and Maria Purtoft; 15. Criticism Stale Dingstad; 16. Celebrity Peter Larsen; Part IV. Internationalization: 17. Copyright Giuliano D'Amico; 18. Censorship Tore Rem; 19. German reception Ruth Schor; 20. British reception Tore Rem; 21. French reception Kirsten Shepherd-Barr; 22. Parodies Mark B. Sandberg; 23. Early globalization Julie Holledge; Part V. Afterlives: 24. Biography Stale Dingstad; 25. Academic responses Erik Bjerck Hagen; 26. American Ibsens Dean Krouk; 27. Japanese Ibsens Reiko Abe Auestad; 28. Chinese Ibsens Chengzhou He; 29. Indian Ibsens Krishna Sen; 30. Mass media and popular reception Ellen Rees; Further reading; Index.
Narve Fulsas is Professor of Modern History in the Department of Archaeology, History and Religious Studies at the University of Tromso - the Arctic University of Norway. He has published on Norwegian cultural and intellectual history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The author of the introduction and notes to the critical edition of Ibsen's letters published in Henrik Ibsens skrifter (2005-2010, 4 vols.), he is also the co-author (with Tore Rem) of Ibsen, Scandinavia and the Making of a World Drama (Cambridge, 2018). Tore Rem is Professor of English literature and the Director of the interdisciplinary research initiative UiO: Nordic at the University of Oslo. He has published on Victorian literature, book history and the early English language appropriations of Ibsen and has been head of the board of the Centre for Ibsen Studies. He is editor of the new Penguin Classics Ibsen (2014-19, 4 vols.) and the co-author (with Narve Fulsas) of Ibsen, Scandinavia and the Making of a World Drama (Cambridge, 2018).