The Gibson Girl was a glamorous version of the New Woman, shown here keeping her back turned to her suitor as they both pretend to read.
Her married name is Hedda Tesman. Hedda is an intelligent, unpredictable, and somewhat dishonest young woman who is not afraid to manipulate her husband and friends. He tries very hard to please his young wife, Hedda, and often does not realize that she is manipulating him.
In fact, he often seems foolish for his age, and when he annoys Hedda, the audience has reason to sympathize with her.
Tesman was raised by his Aunt Julle. She is well-meaning, and she is constantly hinting that Tesman and Hedda should have a baby. Aunt Julle tries to get along with Hedda, but the difference in their class backgrounds is painfully apparent. He has connections around the city, and is often the first to give Tesman information about alterations in the possibility of his professorship.
He is a worldly and cynical man. After a series of scandals related to drinking, he was once a public outcast but has now returned to the city and has published a book to rave reviews.
He also has another manuscript that is even more promising. Elvsted helped him with both manuscripts. He once shared a close relationship with Hedda. Elvsted is a meek but passionate woman. Elvsted grew attached to Ejlert, acting as his personal secretary and aiding him in his research and writing.
When Ejlert leaves her estate to return to the city, Mrs.
Elvsted went to school with Hedda and remembers being tormented by her. She tries very hard to please Hedda, her new mistress, but Hedda is quite dissatisfied with her. She never appears onstage.Sarah graduated from New College, Oxford with a first in history and started her teaching career at Wycombe Abbey.
Her previous appointments include Head of History at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, and both Director of Studies and Deputy Head at Rugby School. Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler ABSTRACT: This essay considers sexual difference and gender performativity in Henrik Ibsen’s roles they should play.
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Aunt Julle tries to get along with Hedda, but the difference in their class backgrounds is painfully apparent. Aunt Julle lives with the ailing Aunt Rina, another aunt of Tesman's.
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