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    STUDIA PHILOLOGIA - Issue no. 3 / 2016  
  Article:   IBSEN AND SWEDEN.

  Abstract:  Ibsen and Sweden. Ibsen’s relations to Swedish literature resulted in traceable marks on his own writings. He even used some Swedish writers as models for characters in plays like Rosmersholm and Hedda Gabler. The article is a mapping of possible influences from antagonistic literary circles, some representing a traditional idealistic attitude, others propagating a growing new realism (writers like Carl von Snoilsky, Victoria Benedictsson (Ernst Ahlgren), Alfhild Agrell, Gustaf af Gejerstam, Anne Charlotte Edgren Leffler, Victor Rydberg, and Ellen Key). 

Keywords: Ibsen’s writings, literary influence, idealism, realism, drama, poetry, theory of art, the Yong Sweden.
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