An Enemy of the People is an play by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Ibsen wrote it .. “Um Inimigo do Povo na Comuna” [An Enemy of the People in the Commune]. (in Portuguese). Portugal: Teatro da. Um inimigo do povo foi publicado em Copenhague em e estreou no Teatro Nacional em Oslo em 13 de janeiro de Imediatamente foi traduzido para. Questions About Um Inimigo do Povo. by Henrik Ibsen. Reader Q&A. To ask other readers questions about Um Inimigo do Povo, please sign up.

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Stockmann decides that he does not need the paper to print anything and that he can fight this battle on his own. Stockmann’s suspicions were correct and the spa water is contaminated with bacteria he had sent samples of water away to be tested in a lab. Stockmann she is afraid that the people will drive him out of town.

Stockmann’s article, which will damage the reputation of the town government. And truths so patriarchal as that are always shockingly emaciated. Retrieved from ” https: He then winds up into a passionate oration about social evolution.

Stockmann’s study is shown, badly damaged. Stockmann’s standing as a champion of the lower classes as opposed to a scientist with a belief in racial determinism and the importance of eugenics for “improving” people.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The newspaper wants to confront the government of the town and expose the corruption that happens behind closed doors, and this opportunity is a way to start. Stockmann to avoid having him champion eugenics. In Miller’s adaptation, part of the doctor’s speech reads:.


Stockmann’s being allowed to speak is about to be voted on when he says he has a different subject. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In Miller’s adaptation, no such eugenics-positive screed is read.

In An Enemy of the Peoplespeaking the language of comic exaggeration through the mouth of his spokesman, the idealist Doctor Thomas Stockmann, Ibsen puts into very literal terms the theme of the play: The play was the indirect inspiration for the blockbuster movie Jaws.

Retrieved December 7, Treachery, a point of view]. It was also made into umm movie of the same name instarring Steve McQueen. Retrieved on January 13, Billing, the family, the mayor, Aslaksen, and Inimkgo are there. According to Ellen Mortensen Ibsen Studies v. Is it not so with all other living creatures on earth?

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Ibsen’s A public enemy as a seminar on science communication and ethics”. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Peter Stockmann comes to the newspaper office with a statement of his own, intending to reassure the public about the safety of the spa baths. This article is about the Henrik Ibsen play. In the newspaper office, Hovstad and Billing discuss the pros and cons of running Dr.


Stockmann’s brother Peter the mayor and Hovstad the editor of the newspaper arrive at the house. Archived from the original on February 15, Stockmann, Arthur Miller 93 [7]. A Definition and an Estimate. This ibseh was last edited on 26 Decemberat Stockmann to retract the article and to solve the problem in a more quiet way.

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Stockmann with a letter from the board of directors of the baths, terminating his contract, and a resolution from the homeowners’ association stating that no one should hire Dr. Stockmann in this town again. Stockmann’s article, which will reveal the truth about the spa water.

However, Ibsen took a somewhat skeptical view of his protagonist, suggesting that he may have gone too far in his zeal to tell inumigo truth. Digte ” Terje Vigen “.

Stockmann is evasive about the nature of this article, and Peter leaves. Stockmann’s father-in-law, stops by to congratulate him on what Kiil believes is an elaborate prank. The regime’s censorship officers would not agree on any more subsequent touring until it is doctored in favor of the regime’s thought on what a play should be. Plays by Henrik Ibsen plays Norwegian plays adapted into films Dystopian literature.