Henrik
Ibsen was an Norwegian playwright, poet, and theatre director who was born on
March 20, 1828, in Skien, Norway. Ibsen is often referred to as the “father of modern
drama,” for he is responsible for the uprising of modern realistic drama and realism
literary movement. Throughout his childhood, Ibsen displayed gradual interest
in the theatrical industry as he was influenced by his mother, who often loved
going to theaters. One of Ibsen’s most successful work of art is The Doll’s
House, this play is most popular for the way it deals with the fate of a
married woman, who at the time lacked in independence, happiness, and self-worth
in a male dominated world. 

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