Interesting Web Sites for Unit 3

Dr. Diane Thompson


TheatreHistory.com: information on theater from the ancient Greek to the 20th century. Sigmund Freud - Life and Work
Three Ibsen plays: etexts; not "Hedda Gabler" The Victorian Web: all sorts of interesting stuff
"Hedda Gabler, Psychoanalysis and the Space of the Play." An essay by Nigel Hand. Raja Rammohan Roy: on "... the Practice of Burning Widows Alive" (1820)
Henrik Ibsen: "Hedda Gabler": an excellent page with substantial information, including themes, critical response, tragedy, etc. Kaibara Ekken or Kaibara Token: Greater Learning for Women (1762)
Hedda Forever: An Antiheroine for the Ages; an essay by Charles Isherwood South Asian Women Writers: a huge annotated list of wonderful writers
Ibsen and Hedda Gabler: by Peter Gill; includes various comments by prominent critics. Rabindranath Tagore: pages about him as a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
Luigi Pirandello: (1867-1936): bio and literary information Tagore's Views on Women's Education and Empowerment Expressed Through his Articles, Novels and Short-Stories
Luigi Pirandello: bio and links Mahasweta Devi: about her and links
The Nobel Prize Internet Archive: Pirandello Mahasweta Devi: another about her and links


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