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Gunn, Olivia N. “Leaving the Theatre of Suffering: Two Endings—and a Color-Conscious Future?—for Hedda Gabler.” Theatre Journal (Washington, D.C.), vol. 73, no. 2, 2021, pp. 189–207.Learn more
“A Scandalous Similarity? TheWild Duck and the Romantic Child” in Ibsen Studies.Issue 1, June 2013Learn more
Terje I. Leiren. Selected Plays of Marcus Thrane. Norwegian-American Historical Association and University of Washington Press: 2008.Learn more
Jan Sjåvik. Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Literature and Theater. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, 2006.Learn more
Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams, Terje I. Leiren. Stage and Screen: Studies in Scandinavian Drama and Film. DreamPlayPress Northwest: 2000.Learn more
Terje I. Leiren. "Dannelse fremfor alt. Marcus Thrane: A Playwright with a Purpose." Norwegian-American Essays, 1999. Oslo and Hamar: Norwegian Emigrant Museum and Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1999. 181-192.Learn more
Terje I. Leiren. "Entertainment as Propaganda: Marcus Thrane and the Chicago Fire." Scandinavian Journal of History (1990): 239-244.Learn more