The story of Hedda Gabler.
In the story of Hedda Gabler, Hedda is portrayed as a powerful, manipulative, over-powering character. Her need to dominate is easily seen through her odd relationships involving her husband Jurgen Tesman, Judge Brack, Ejlert Loevborg, and even her childhood friend Mrs. Elvsted. The underlying theme is that of manipulation and the urge to better the outcome of situations by the main character Hedda Tesman. The theme is apparent even in the story's title, Hedda Gabler (Hedda's maiden name, as if perhaps not officially acknowledging her marriage to Jurgen Tesman). The story begins with Tesma…
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