A Doll's House
A Doll's House
by Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House Trivia

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Ibsen flunked two of his entrance exams for the University of Christiana. (Source)

As Ibsen lay on his deathbed, he managed to sputter, "On the contrary" just before he gasped his last breath. (Source)

Though many of his plays are set in his native Norway, Ibsen wrote most of them while living in Italy and Germany. (Source)

A theatre company called Mabou Mines produced a version of A Doll's House where the women were all six feet tall and the men were all midgets. (Source)

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