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Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Labor and trouble one can always get through alone, but it takes two to be glad.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “It’s not only what we have inherited from our father and mother that walks in us. It’s all sorts of dead ideas, and lifeless old beliefs, and so forth. They have no vitality, but they cling to us all the same, and we can’t get rid of them.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “But a scientific man must live in a little bit of style.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “You don’t get nothing for nothing in this life.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I hold that man is in the right who is most closely in league with the future.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Marriage is something you have to give your whole mind to.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The majority never has right on its side.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “To die in agony upon a cross Does not create a martyr; he must first Will his own execution.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Our home has been nothing but a playroom. I have been your doll-wife, just as at home I was papa’s doll-child; and here the children have been my dolls.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I go to scale the Future’s possibilities! Farewell!”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Do you know what we are those of us who count as pillars of society? We are society’s tools, neither more nor less.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “That is the only relation in life that is not subject to the law of change.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Nobody can put a character on paper without – at any rate in part and at times – sitting as a model for it himself.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “In your power, all the same. Subject to your will and your demands. No longer free! No! That’s a thought I’ll never endure! Never.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Ive had the best possible chance of learning that what the working-classes really need is to be allowed some part in the direction of public affairs, Doctorto develop their abilities, their understanding and their self-respect.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Oh, one soon makes friends with invalids; and I need so much to have someone to live for.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Live, work, act. Don’t sit here and brood.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I have existed merely to perform tricks for you, Torvald.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The man-at-arms is the only man.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Don’t use that foreign word ‘ideals.’ We have that excellent native word ‘lies.’”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I’m afraid for all those who’ll have the bread snatched from their mouths by these machines. What business has science and capitalism got, bringing all these new inventions into the works, before society has produced a generation educated up to using them!”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “That is the accursed thing about small surroundings – they make the soul small.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I must stand quite alone, if I am to understand myself and everything about me.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “One’s life is a heavy price to pay for being born.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “What sort of truths are they that the majority usually supports? They are truths that are of such advanced age that they are beginning to break up. And if a truth is as old as that, it is also in a fair way to become a lie, gentlemen.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Everything that I have written is closely related to something that I have lived through.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “It was then that I began to look into the seams of your doctrine. I wanted only to pick at a single knot; but when I had got that undone, the whole thing raveled out. And then I understood that it was all machine-sewn.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “NORA: No; only merry. And you were always so friendly and kind to me. But our house has been nothing but a nursery. Here I have been your doll-wife, just as at home I used to be papa’s doll-child. And my children were, in their turn, my dolls. I was exceedingly delighted when you played with me, just as children were whenever I played with them. That has been our marriage, Torvald.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “He is suffering from an acute attack of integrity.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The great task of our time is to blow up all existing institutions to destroy.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “I am sticking as closely to my subject as I can; for my subject is precisely this, that it is the masses, the majority.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Good god, people don’t do such things!”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “SIGURD. Man’s will can do this and that; but fate rules in the deeds that shape our lives – so has it gone with us twain.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “MAIA. – all the glory of the world? Yes, you did. And all that glory should be mine, you said.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Don’t use that exotic word “ideals”. We have a good enough native word: “lies”.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Oh, we are all of us run over, sometime or other in life. The thing is to jump up again, and let no one see you are hurt.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The worst that a man can do to himself is to do injustice to others.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “There are people one loves and others one likes to talk to.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The right? Ah, what does it help to be in the right if you don’t have any power?”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “People who don’t know how to keep themselves healthy ought to have the decency to get themselves buried, and not waste time about it.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “These heroes of finance are like beads on a string; when one slips off, all the rest follow.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “It is the small losses in life that cut one to the heart.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “You possibly believe I keep the glue Of lies for Happiness’s in a broken jar?”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “FALK. I feel myself like God’s lost prodigal; I left Him for the world’s delusive charms. With mild reproof He wooed me to His arms; And when I come, He lights the vaulted hall, Prepares a banquet for the son restored, And makes His noblest creature my reward. From this time forth I’ll never leave that Light, – But stand its armed defender in the fight; Nothing shall part us, and our life shall prove A song of glory to triumphant love!”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “The truth is that there are two men in Ibsen – an idealist, exalted to the verge of sentimentality, and a critic, hard, inexorable, remorseless, to the verge of cynicism. What we call his “social philosophy” is a modus vivendi arrived at between them. Both agree in repudiating “marriage for love”;.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “HIORDIS. Better no child, than one born in shame. DAGNY. In shame?”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “ALLMERS. No. For it is here, in the life of earth, that we living beings are at home.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “When I was at home with papa, he told me his opinion about everything, and so I had the same opinions; and if I differed from him I concealed the fact, because he would not have liked it. He called me his doll-child, and he played with me just as I used to play with my dolls.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Time was when I was young, like you, and played Like you, the unconquerable Titan’s part; Year after year I toiled and moiled for bread, Which hardens a man’s hand, but not his heart. For northern fells my lonely home surrounded, And by my parish bounds my world was bounded.”
Henrik Ibsen Quote: “Both agree in repudiating “marriage for love”; but the idealist repudiates it in the name of love, the critic in the name of marriage. Love, for the idealist Ibsen, is a passion which loses its virtue when it reaches its goal, which inspires only while it aspires, and flags bewildered when it attains. Marriage, for the critic Ibsen, is an institution beset with pitfalls into which those are surest to step who enter it blinded with love.”
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