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Early Plays by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen.
Egmont is a political manifesto in which Egmont's craving for justice and national liberty is opposed to the despotic authority of the Duke of Alva. It is also a drama of destiny in which the Flemish nobleman, with fatalism, accepts the dire consequences of his straightness and honesty.
Every Man In His Humor
Every Man in His Humor is a 1598 play by the English playwright Ben Jonson. It belongs to the sub-genre of the "humours comedy", in which each major character is dominated by an overriding humor or obsession.
Every Man Out of His Humour
Every Man Out of His Humour is a comical satire about envy and aspiration among the ambitious middle classes, who seek happiness in fame and material fortune. This first critical edition of the Play conveys early modern obsessions with wealth and self-display through historical context.
SHEA MCTORY, 31, is way down on his luck. His photography career has fallen to the party scene. For a few years he�s been on the street, scratching a living. He gets more than he bargains for when he answers the ad: VOLUNTEERS WANTED, FREE FOOD, PAY�. All he wanted was a roof over his head, to earn some money, maybe get some good food. But the food is not tasty. He�s locked up with an adolescent-minded ex-sailor and a psychopath. He stumbles across secret, illegal and dangerous research; meets NATALIE, the love of his life. Frustrations build, tempers flare, as love affairs, friendships.
Fanny's First Play
Being but a potboiler, Fanny's First Play, needs no preface. Mere morality, or the substitution of custom for conscience was once accounted a shameful and cynical thing: People talked of right and wrong, of honor and dishonor, of sin and grace, of salvation and damnation; not of morality and immorality.
Faust - Part I
An epic poem penned by the incomparable Goethe--the German Shakespeare. Faust is the subject of a bet between God and Mephistopheles. The story is thus set, and Faust and Mephistopheles take to the world on a journey that leads the doctor into lewd affairs, titanic conflicts, and eventually, introspection and self-discovery.
The topic on which the grand man wished to hold forth was (obviously) marriage, an institution he found seriously wanting, as he did most institutions. But since he could not help playing Devil's advocate, he also found it necessary, ridiculous, desirous, iniquitous, outdated, and enduring. Enter "Getting Married's" 13 characters.
By Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. A powerful psychological drama that exposes the hypocrisy of social conventions through the events in the life of Mrs. Helen Alving, a Captain's widow who is haunted by her husband's infidelities and the disease that he has passed to their son.
A comedy by Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw.
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