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Philip H Wicksteed

 

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Philip H. Wicksteed : Four Lectures on Henrik Ibsen

'The programme on Ibsen's work was opened by a reading on Peer Gynt by Helen Rawlings from P.H. Wicksteed's book on Ibsen. Kathleen Rawlings sang a song from Peer Gynt composed by Grieg. Helen & Margery Rawlings & the Secretary gave readings & Kathleen Rawlings another song from the same play. F.J. Edminson gave a few biographical details of Ibsen & a synopsis of the plot of the Doll's House followed by a reading from the play. Miss Marriage, H.M Wallis, W.S. Rowntree & Percy Kaye took part in a reading from Pillars of Society'.

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Helen Rawlings      Print: Book

 

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