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Peer Gynt [Format Kindle]

Henrik Ibsen

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Among the masterpieces of world literature, this great verse drama by Norway's famed playwright humorously yet profoundly explores the virtues, vices, and follies common to all humanity as it follows the roguish life of a charming but arrogant young man. A literary delight since it was first published in 1875.

The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature

Five-act verse play by Henrik Ibsen, published in Norwegian in 1867 and produced in 1876. The title character, based on a legendary Norwegian folk hero, is a rogue who is saved by the love of a woman. Peer Gynt is a charming but arrogant peasant youth who leaves his widowed mother in order to seek his fortune. Confident of success, he has one disastrous adventure after another. In one, he attends the wedding of the wealthy young woman he himself might have married. There he meets Solveig, who falls in love with him. He impulsively abducts the bride from her wedding celebration and subsequently abandons her. Peer Gynt embarks on a series of fantastic voyages around the world, finding wealth and fame but never happiness. Finally, as an old, disillusioned man, he returns to Norway, where Solveig, ever faithful, welcomes him lovingly, and he is redeemed.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Ibsen's Version 5 juin 2010
Par N. Ahlhelm - Publié sur
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This version of Peer Gynt should be avoided at all costs. It is a copy that was made with robotic page turners and character recognition software that was marginal. The book is full of misspellings and punctuation errors. If you've never read Ibsen's Peer Gynt, this text is very difficult to follow,
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Good play, terrible edition 10 novembre 2010
Par Nick Whitworth - Publié sur
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The play is fine.

This printing of it, however, is absolutely terrible. Do not waste your money on it. I don't care how much cheaper it is than any of the others. This is completely unreadable. It appears to have been scanned from an 1908 edition of Peer Gynt. They OCR'ed it (Quite poorly I might add), then they print it on demand.

There are no stage directions. There is almost no punctuation in sentences (no commas, etc). There are numerous misspellings. It is nearly impossible to tell who is speaking as the names are misspelled, sometimes in all caps, sometimes not, sometimes indented. The Act and Scene divisions are almost nonexistent.

I read about 5 pages of it before I gave up and got a photocopied version from my teacher. Complete waste of money.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 order a different version! 6 février 2011
Par lomaryst - Publié sur
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I ordered this play to read for a class in school.
Not only was this "robot generated" edition extremely difficult to read due to typos and random formatting inconsistencies, but portions of it were completely missing - for example 2 entire scenes in act 4.
I actually need to know what happens, and reading this version, I don't.
You get some kind of membership with it that means you can view this play, and other books, online, but if I'd wanted to read the play online, I would have done so with one of the free sites that offers complete verions of texts that are in the public domain.
Apparently, the "robot" technology saves on costs, and if it had cost me 2 or 3 dollars, I may have been more forgiving, but it was not, in my opinion, priced low enough to justify the extremely shabby quality.
If you need to read this play, or want to own it (it is a classic, and the story itself is worthwhile), FIND ANOTHER VERSION!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best Translation 14 juin 2013
Par janelizabeth - Publié sur
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Rolf Fjelde's translations of Ibsen's plays are the most authentic that I know of in English. There are so many translations and, frankly, so many are easy reading but should be called adaptations rather than translations because they carry more of the translator's take on the plot and story than Ibsen's.
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Par Gale Finlayson - Publié sur
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Based on traditional Nordic legend Ibsen's version would make a better narrative than verse literary effort. Obviously all rhyme is lost in a prose translation, plus the story itself defies the Greek Unities of Time and Place. Scenes are set in Norway, the tropics and the desert--lest audiences be bored with mere snowy locales. Peer's story covers his wild, reckless youth through his cynical middle age, right up to his regretful old age. He interacts with humans, trolls and other-worldly characters as he vainly romps through life. Driven to clear his reputation and earn the respect of his skeptical, critical neighbors, he embarks on a lifelong journey to discover his true identity.

Possibly a cautionary tale PEER GYNT touches a human chord: the desire to improve oneself, to repay maternal care and to earn the love of a sweet, faithful maiden. Typical Nordic references include trafficking with trolls and the danger of getting a shard of glass or ice in one's eye, which distorts true vision and humanity. Despite the temptation Peer ultimately rejects trolldom in favor of maintaining his priceless human attributes.

This edition, photocopied by robot, proves difficult to read because of:
--lack of apostrophes in most contractions
--odd punctuation which disrupts the flow of reading
--inclusion of literary notes directly into the script, instead of placed as footnotes

In short: a confusing and disappointing version of an honored tale, which inspired composer Edvard Greig's PEER GYNT SUITE.
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