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Old 10-01-2011, 04:30 AM   #11
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Ibsen's play should be a very interesting experience, filled as it is with myth and fantasy. {And one can listen to Grieg's wonderful music written for the play at the appropriate sections }

However, the Internet Archive edition is riddled with scannos, badly formatted and not particularly easy to read. I looked through the Amazon Store but Peer Gynt seems particularly difficult to get. Even the Ibsen collected editions don't seem to include it. If there's no other alternative the free IA edition is still there, but does anyone know a good and inexpensive e-text?

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