"The Theme of It All" Comparing the Themes of "The Plague" by Albert Camus and "Hedda Gabbler" by Henrik Ibsen
The themes in the Albert Camus's, "The Plague", and "Hedda Gabler" by Henrik Ibsen are rather interesting. The central theme in "The Plague" is suffering itself, which crushes the people of Oran physically and spiritually. The plague, is described as force of evil, is the main cause of the suffering. The main theme for "Hedda Gabler" can be described as a conflict between society and the individual. She wants freedom, but she feels that she cannot leave her marriage. To occupy her time, she manipulates the lives of everyone around her. …
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