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A Doll's House 2016

Author: Frances Gray

Publisher: York Notes

ISBN: 9781292138152

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Page: 120

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Get everything you need to achieve your full potential at English Literature A Level or AS with York Notes Study Guides, now updated for Assessment Objectives 1 to 5.

A Dolls House

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: Xist Publishing

ISBN: 1623959446

Category: Fiction

Page: 63

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A Doll's House by Henrick Ibsen tells the story of Nora, a woman who is treated like a doll in her own home. Set in Victorian Norway, Nora eventually flees her marriage and children in an attempt to discover herself despite being confined by patriarchal society. Xist Publishing is a digital-first publisher. Xist Publishing creates books for the touchscreen generation and is dedicated to helping everyone develop a lifetime love of reading, no matter what form it takes

A Doll's House

A Play in Three Acts

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Page: 124

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The Dolls' Christmas

with audio recording

Author: Tasha Tudor

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1442471700

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 1810

Christmas is a special time at Pumpkin House, where two dolls named Sethany Ann and Nicey Melinda live. Every Christmas they invite their friends to join them for an elegant dinner party and a marionette show. The dolls have fun getting ready for their party: They send out invitations to their guests by Sparrow Post, decorate their very own Christmas tree with silver nutmegs and golden pears, and prepare doll-size cookies and other treats for the party. Then at “candlelight-time” on Christmas Day the guests begin to arrive, and the evening isn’t over until the last carol has been sung around the tree. Tasha Tudor’s delightful tale captures all the charm and magic of an old-fashioned Christmas shared with your dearest friends. Beautifully illustrated in nostalgic watercolor paintings, this eBook with audio is sure to be treasured.

A Doll's House

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571307698

Category: Drama

Page: 128

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The Vaughans are all set to enjoy Christmas. Thomas has been promoted and Nora is delighted. Everything at last seems to be going right, until a visitor arrives uninvited and causes them to question just how perfect their marriage is. Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House caused outrage both in its style and subject matter when first staged in 1879. Zinnie Harris's retelling is played against the backdrop of British politics at the turn of the last century - to revel a world where duty, power and hypocrisy rule. Zinnie Harris's version of A Doll's House premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in May 2009.

The Methuen Drama Book of Naturalist Plays

A Doll's House, Miss Julie, The Weavers, Mrs Warren's Profession, Three Sisters, Strife

Author: Henrik Ibsen,August Strindberg,Gerhart Hauptmann,George Bernard Shaw,Anton Chekhov,John Galsworthy

Publisher: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama

ISBN: 9781408128435

Category: Drama

Page: 480

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The study of Naturalist theatre remains a staple and often foundational part of the curriculum at all levels of drama education. This anthology of six of the most commonly studied and revived Naturalist plays from the European repertoire offers a unique compendium that will serve as required reading for drama courses and is ideal for theatre practitioners and fans. The selected plays perfectly reflect the formal and geographical diversity of Naturalist theatre as well as its major philosophical, political, and theatrical preoccupations. The volume includes Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House (1879), August Strindberg's Miss Julie (1888), Gerhart Hauptmann's The Weavers (1892), Bernard Shaw's Mrs Warren's Profession (1893), Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters (1901), and John Galsworthy's Strife (1909). A critical introduction by Dr. Chris Megson contextualizes the emergence of Naturalist theatre in the late nineteenth century, identifying its principal aims and methods; provides an analysis of the selected plays, mapping their key preoccupations; and ends by considering Naturalism's enduring legacy and resonance today.

Doll Bones

Author: Holly Black,Eliza Wheeler

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416963987

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 244

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Zach, Alice, and Poppy, friends from a Pennsylvania middle school who have long enjoyed acting out imaginary adventures with dolls and action figures, embark on a real-life quest to Ohio to bury a doll made from the ashes of a dead girl.

Four Great Plays of Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House, The Wild Duck, Hedda Gabler, The Master Builder

Author: Henrick Ibsen,Alyssa Harad

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416500383

Category: Drama

Page: 448

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Each volume in a collection of affordable, readable editions of some of the world's greatest works of literature features a chronology of the author's life and career, a concise introduction containing valuable background information, a timeline of significant events, an outline of key plot points and themes, detailed explanatory notes, critical analyses, discussion questions, and a list of recommended books and films.

The Cats in the Doll Shop

Author: Yona Zeldis McDonough

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101548118

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

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When Anna spots a cat in the yard behind her parents' doll shop, she is excited. Then she realizes the cat is about to have kittens--even better! And Anna has something else to look forward to: her cousin Tania is coming from Russia to stay with Anna's family. Anna already has two sisters, but she and Tania are the exact same age--eleven--and she imagines they will get along perfectly. But Tania doesn't respond to Anna's friendly overtures, and her sisters don't seem to like Tania at all. Luckily, Anna finds a creative way to use her love of dolls and cats to bring everyone together.

House of Dolls

Author: Francesca Lia Block

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061997366

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 80

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In a little house from another time, with lace curtains in every window and paintings hung in gold doily frames, Wildflower, Rockstar, and Miss Selene live a warm and cozy life. They wear fancy dresses, bake play-dough cakes, and spend their days enjoying one another's company. For the three dolls, life is small but good. But life is not good for Madison Blackberry, the owner of the dollhouse. Her grandmother pays more attention to the dolls than to her. The dolls have one another, but she is lonely in her big, empty apartment. Then one day, as things always do—even for dolls—everything changes. This beautiful story from the acclaimed team of Francesca Lia Block, author of such novels as Weetzie Bat, and Barbara McClintock, author and illustrator of many picture books, including Adèle & Simon, brings to life the power of love, family, and friendship.

Ibsen Plays: 2

A Doll's House; An Enemy of the People; Hedda Gabler

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472573919

Category: Drama

Page: 336

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This volume contains Ibsen's two most famous and frequently read, studied and performed plays about women: A Doll's House (1879), his first international success, which 'exploded like a bomb into contemporary life', and Hedda Gabler (1890), now one of his most popular plays, but greeted at first with bewilderment and outrage ('The play is simply a bad escape of moral sewage-gas' Pictorial World). Also included is An Enemy of the People (1883), whose central character was the actor Konstantin Stanislavski's favourite role.Michael Meyer's translations are 'crisp and cobweb-free, purged of verbal Victoriana' (Kenneth Tynan)

Ship of Dolls

Author: Shirley Parenteau

Publisher: Candlewick Press

ISBN: 076367415X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

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Can a ship carrying Friendship Dolls to Japan be Lexie’s ticket to see her fun-loving mother again? A heartwarming historical novel inspired by a little-known true event. It’s 1926, and the one thing eleven-year-old Lexie Lewis wants more than anything is to leave Portland, Oregon, where she has been staying with her strict grandparents, and rejoin her mother, a carefree singer in San Francisco’s speakeasies. But Mama’s new husband doesn’t think a little girl should live with parents who work all night and sleep all day. Meanwhile, Lexie’s class has been raising money to ship a doll to the children of Japan in a friendship exchange, and when Lexie learns that the girl who writes the best letter to accompany the doll will be sent to the farewell ceremony in San Francisco, she knows she just has to be the winner. But what if a jealous classmate and Lexie’s own small lies to her grandmother manage to derail her plans? Inspired by a project organized by teacher-missionary Sidney Gulick, in which U.S. children sent more than 12,000 Friendship Dolls to Japan in hopes of avoiding a future war, Shirley Parenteau’s engaging story has sure appeal for young readers who enjoy historical fiction, and for doll lovers of all ages.

Among the Dolls

Author: William Sleator

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780765352392

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

View: 647

Vicky's disappointment in the antique dollhouse she receives for her birthday gives way to curiosity as she is literally drawn into the lives of its unusual inhabitants.

Women in Dramatic Place and Time

Contemporary Female Characters on Stage

Author: Geraldine Cousin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134917945

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 224

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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Four Major Plays

Author: Henrik Ibsen,James Walter McFarlane,Jens Arup

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780192833877

Category: Drama

Page: 355

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Four plays by Henrik Ibsen: A Doll's House, Ghosts, Hedda Gabler and the Master Builder.

A Doll's House and Other Plays

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141964154

Category: Drama

Page: 400

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Four of Ibsen's most important plays in superb modern translations, part of the new Penguin Ibsen series. With her assertion that she is 'first and foremost a human being', Nora Helmer sent shockwaves throughout Europe when she appeared in Ibsen's greatest and most famous play, A Doll's House. Depicting one woman's struggle to be treated as a rational human being, and not merely a wife, mother or fragile doll, the play changed the course of theatrical history and sparked debates worldwide about the roles of men and women in society. Ibsen's follow-up Ghosts was no less radical, with its unrelenting investigation into religious hypocrisy, family secrets and sexual double-dealing. These two masterpieces are accompanied here by The Pillars of Society and An Enemy of the People, both set in Norwegian coastal towns and exploring the tensions and dark compromises at the heart of society. The new Penguin series of Ibsen's major plays offer the best available editions in English, under the general editorship of Tore Rem. All the plays have been freshly translated by the best modern translators and are based on the recently published, definitive Norwegian edition of Ibsen's works. They include new introductions and editorial apparatus by leading scholars.

When the dolls woke

Author: Marjorie Stover

Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co

ISBN: 9780807588826

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 136

View: 1143

Long neglected dolls come awake and help their new owner and her elderly aunt find a treasure hidden in their dollhouse years ago.

A Doll For Marie

Author: Louise Fatio

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 0385755988

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 7466

This rediscovered gem by Caldecott-winning illustrator Roger Duvoisin is perfect for a new generation of little girls who love dolls. In the city of Paris, a beautiful but lonely doll sits on a shelf in an antique shop. She’s surrounded by old vases and teapots, but longs for a friend to play with. There is one little girl who would dearly love to own the doll, but Marie could never afford such a precious item. So Marie has to settle for admiring the doll through the window on her way home from school. But Marie and this doll are clearly meant for one another, and Marie will make sure that the doll has a home where she is loved. First published in the 1950s but long out of print, this rediscovered gem by Roger Duvoisin and his wife, Louise Fatio, is available again, ready to be read to little girls—and dolls—of a new generation.

The World's Wife

Author: Carol Ann Duffy

Publisher: Picador

ISBN: 1743292198

Category: Poetry

Page: 80

View: 4911

What did Mrs Midas think? Or Queen Kong? Read all about it in Carol Ann Duffy's hugely successful, tender and entertaining collection. "... a joyous, exuberant book of poems about women usually excluded from myth and history: wives such as Mrs Pilate, Mrs Aesop, Mrs Darwin, Mrs Faust, Frau Freud, Mrs Quasimodo; women usually defined by their men - Delilah, Anne Hathaway, Eurydice; and retellings of old stories in which the lead changes sex - Queen Kong, the Kray Sisters and Elvis' twin sister, the nun." The Guardian

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