A Compare and Contrast of Ibsen and Strindberg and Their View on Women
Ibsen and Strindberg are two playwrights of the same period, the Industrial Revolution. This is a time when the world is making a great change in how it runs. Not only is business changing, the way people think is changing too. People are beginning to question the ways of society. For an example, questions are arising on how women should really be treated. Such notions give way to very controversial theatre. Ibsen and Strindberg strongly demonstrate how these issues were reasoned.
It generally seems as though Ibsen and Strindberg had a very different view on women and their roles in society. However, in a closer view you tend to see that their views on women are not that different. …
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