A Desirable Residence by Sophie Kinsella, Madeleine Wickham

By Sophie Kinsella, Madeleine Wickham

Liz and Jonathan are in trouble.They can't promote their previous house.Here they're, caught with mortgages, mounting accounts and a depressing adolescent daughter who hadn't desired to stream anyway.Then it kind of feels Marcus Witherstone will resolve all their problems.He is familiar with definitely the right tenants from London who will hire their outdated condo - glamorous PR lady Ginny and almost-famous Piers. every little thing goes to be OK.

Or is it? As Marcus begins to get entangled with Liz, whereas her teenage daughter develops a fondness for the lodgers, apparently a few deceptions are too with regards to home...

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Meyer, Ibsen, 621; Charles R. : Southern Illinois University Press, 1972). 42. Letter to Bj0rnson, 16 Sept. 101; Sprinchorn, LS, 36). 43. Bergliot Ibsen, De tre-. Erindringer om Henrik Ibsen, Suzannah Ibsen, Sigurd Ibsen (Oslo: Gyldendal, 1948); trans, as The Three Ibsens by G. Schjelderup (London: Hutchinson, 1951). 154 NOTES TO PAGES 34-47 44. Martin Schneekloth, En Ungdom, ed. Peter Schindler (Copenhagen: Nyt nordisk forlag, 1942), 120-22; trans, from Meyer, Ibsen, 275-76. 45. Koht, Life, 391; Meyer, Ibsen, 613-15.

26. Shaw, Quintessence, 93 (footnote). 27. Anon, in Athenaeum, 12 May 1894; cit. 441. 28. Letter to F. Hegel, 2 Sept. 439; Sprinchorn, LS, 236-37). 29. Review in Aftenposten (Oslo); cit. in Koht, Life, 359. 30. Review in Morgenbladet (Oslo); cit. in Koht, Life, 359. 31. W. L. Courtney, Studies at Leisure (London, 1892); cit. 441. 32. Shaw, Quintessence, 97. 33. 442. 34. 425). 35. Robert Brustein, The Theatre of Revolt (Boston: Little Brown, 1964), 48. 36. David E. R. George, Henrik Ibsen in Deutschland (Gottingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1968), Palaestra 251, 86-90.

Ulfhejm suggests that the Rubeks join him at a mountain resort, where he and Maja can do some hunting. Here they meet Irene again, and Rubek begins to think that she may be able to inspire him once again to great art. He frankly tells Maja that they should part. " But she is incensed when she learns that he has greatly altered his masterpiece PLOT SUMMARIES OF IBSEN'S PLAYS 147 since she left him, first by introducing a swarm of human faces rising out of the plinth with animal expressions on their faces, and then by introducing himself, as the figure of a man bowed down by remorse for a lost life.

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