A complex dramatisation of issues surrounding pollution, personal responsibility in public office, media and political imperatives, and loyalty to the state. --Financial Times
Miller does Ibsen proud...The dialogue is tough, sinewy and colloquial...But the power of An Enemy of the people ultimately rests with its gripping, beautifully constructed narrative. --Daily Telegraph
Written as a warning against the "swelling pre-fascist tide" of McCarthy's United States, Arthur Miller's adaptation emerges as a work that does magnificent service to Ibsen. --The Times
An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, and translated by Christopher Hampton, is an explosive play revealing Ibsen's distrust of politicians and the blindly held beliefs of the masses.
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