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When Hedda Gabler was first produced, some audiences were shocked.
In "Hedda Gabler" by Henrik Ibsen, there are many themes and issues that cause the sock of the audiences, some of these themes are related to a very universal context. It was produced about 100 years ago, yet it also has issues that even modern audiences nowadays will be concerned of.
The play has unusual change of atmosphere when a character enters. It starts off with a peaceful beginning, George and his auntie are greeting each other after George comes back from honeymoon, but when Hedda enters she deliberately destroys the atmosphere, not respecting George's aunt by criticizing her new…
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