This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set complements the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.
Table of Contents
Introduction; NOTB ON THB TEXT; Chapter 1 Edmund Gosse on Ibsen' s poetry; Chapter 2 Edmund Gosse on Peer Gynt; Chapter 3 Edmund Gosse on Ibsen's elaborate irony; Chapter 4. Catherine Ray on the conflict in Ibsen's work; Chapter 5 Quicksands (The Pillars of Society); Chapter 6 Rasmus B. Anderson on Ibsen's genius1882; Chapter 7 Clemens Petersen on Ibsen and Björnson 1882; Chapter 8 Henrietta Frances Lord on A Doll' House1882; Chapter 9 William Archer on Mrs Lord' s imperfections and An Enemy of the PeopZe 1883; Chapter 10 Mrs Lord replies1883; Chapter 11 Kongsemnerne ( The Pretenders )1884; Chapter 12 Breaking a Butterjly (A Doll's House)S; Chapter 13 Havelock ElIis on the importance ofIbsen; Chapter 14 Gosse on Ibsen's Social Dramas; Chapter 15 Henry James becomes interested; Chapter 16 Arthur Symons on Ibsen's modernity; Part 1 A DOLL'S HOUSE; Chapter 17 An unsigned notice hy Clement Scott in the Daily Telegraph; Chapter 18 From an unsigned notice headlined ‘Henrik Ibsen in English’; Chapter 19 From ‘Flashes from the Footlights’, an unsigned regular theatre column, Licensed Victuallers' Mirror; Chapter 20 From ‘Between the Acts’, an unsigned regular theatre column; Chapter 21 From ‘Ibsen in London’, a notice by Frederic Wedmore; Chapter 22 C.H. Herford's reply to Wedmore's review of A Doll's House; Chapter 23 An unsigned notice, Spectator; Chapter 24 Clement Scott on Ibsen's unlovely creed; Chapter 25 William Archer on newspaper reaction to Ibsen; Chapter 26 Janet Achurch on the difficulty of being Nora; Part 2 THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY; Chapter 27 From an unsigned notice in the Daily News; Chapter 28 From an unsigned notice hy Clement Scott, the Daily Telegraph; Chapter 29 From an unsigned notice, the Daily Chronicle; Chapter 30 From an unsigned notice in the Referee; Chapter 31 From an unsigned notice, Lloyd's Weekly News; Chapter 32 Unsigned comment in the Hawk; Chapter 33 From ‘Ibsen Again’, a signed notice byFrederic Wedmore, the Academy; Chapter 34 From an unsi