By Algis Valiunas /
First Things - December 2019 issue /
Posted on November 14, 2019
Henrik Ibsen’s daring created the taste by which he is now appreciated. He was the arch-poet of emancipatory liberalism.
Mary Rice Hasson
Francis X. Maier
Andrew T. Walker
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