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  • Things Fall Apart
    On first glance, Okonkwo from Chinua Achebe’s debut novel Things Fall Apart and Dr. Thomas Stockton from Henrik Ibsen’s play An Enemy of the People seem to have little in common. Their...

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  • An Enemy of the People
    An Enemy Of The People has an intriguing title so this work has been the subject of much debate and analysis. To find the answer we must first look at the context and plot of this piece which...

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    The entire play is built on the question of absolute vs. relative, in that the social choice facing Dr. Stockmann is whether the financial interests of the few outweigh the health interests of the...

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  • An Enemy of the People
    This play by Ibsen is famously about the morality of pursuing an action that you know to be right even when it is opposed by those you seek to help. Stockmann is the medical officer in charge of...

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    Oddly, the town itself is the main “character” in this early exploration of the dramatic possibilities of environmental conflicts. Its two “needs”—economic prosperity and healthy citizens...

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  • An Enemy of the People
    In this important play by Ibsen, the tyranny of the majority and the way that leaders often bow to public opinion regardless of whether it is the right thing to do or not is exposed through the...

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    Setting is the time and place of the action of the story, including the people, customs and geography. The story opens in a small town on the coast of Norway. The action of the story likely takes...

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  • An Enemy of the People
    In 1882, Henrik Ibsen wrote An Enemy of the People as a denunciation of collectivism. It concerns problems with the safety of public baths in a small town, and the fight of Dr. Stockmann against...

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    An Enemy of the People is Henrik Ibsen's 1882 play about the dangers of collectivism and the importance of research, leadership, and individual responsibility. In the play, Dr. Stockmann has...

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    Ibsen uses dialogue and setting to introduce antecedent action and solve the problem of exposition in Act 1 of "An Enemy of the People." He gives his characters reasons to state important facts,...

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  • An Enemy of the People
    According to me there is nothing like the compact majority. There are just a group of individuals with individual opinions that manage to conform to many people's opinions. At the begining of Act 4...

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    The book indicates that all aspects of the society are controled by the majority. The political parties, the papers, the educational systems, the trade unions and even business owners are all...

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