By the end of the meeting the audience has rebelled, repeatedly shouting, "He is an enemy of the people! The entire section is words. A few miscellaneous things should be explained.
It would be hard to argue that he is anywhere near as complex and conflicted as, say, Hedda Gabler or Gregers from The Wild Duck. The new alliance between the newspaper and Dr.
Stockmann tells his father-in-law, Kill, that it is his tannery that is leaking most of the poisons into the baths. It appears to her that the doctor has consistently tried to do what is best and has been somehow led into a very dangerous position by these men.
For example, the commandment "honor thy father and thy mother" referred to in Ghosts is not simply either true or false. He then winds up into an excited oration about social evolution.
Truths are by no means the wiry Methuselahs some people think them. Katherine Stockmann, his wife. The masses are nothing but the raw material that must be fashioned into the people. Aslaksen, a publisher also a character in The League of Youth. Stockmann reads the letter, he discovers his suspicions were right and the water from the baths is in fact contaminated.
Stockmann receives a laboratory report confirming his suspicions that the water supply for The Baths is polluted. Even before the mayor arrives and speaks to Hovstad and Aslaksen, they are discussing how they can use the doctor for their various ends.
As an idealist, Dr. Out of desperation, Dr. It may have been a truth once and a falsehood today. After he leaves, Hovstad and Aslaksen agree that Dr. Hovstad is a leftist radical, but he also wants to keep the paper in business, and he is interested in Petra. It was translated into colloquial Arabic and featured a rock-themed soundtrack played live on-set.
From the beginning, Hovstad is eager to use the doctor as a way to stimulate some sort of political revolution.
As the crowd is leaving, voices are heard threatening to break his windows. Aslaksen is worried that the doctor is not prudent enough, but Hovstad wants to use him as a political firebrand.
Instead, the newspaper is now on the side of the mayor, and has decided to print a statement of him talking about the baths and how good they are.
Morten Kiil, a tanner Mrs.Dr. Stockmann represents the extreme idealist who has no concept of the practical side of life. His idealism blinds him to the common procedures of everyday act An Enemy of the People Henrik Ibsen. SHARE! Home; Literature Notes; An Enemy of the People; Dr.
Stockmann; Table of Contents. Character Analysis Dr. Stockmann. An Enemy of the People (original Norwegian title: En folkefiende) is an play by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen.
Ibsen wrote it in response to the public outcry against his play Ghosts, Throughout the play, Dr. Stockmann acts as a Christ figure.
Miller found it necessary therefore to change Ibsen's use of genetic and racial theories. He tells Stockmann he heard about the report but thinks it is a hilarious joke Stockmann wants to play on his brother. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of the play An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen.
An Enemy of the People -. Dr. Thomas Stockmann Medical Officer of the Municipal Baths. Mrs. Stockmann His wife. Petra Their daughter, a teacher. Ejlif and Morten Their sons, aged 13 and 10, respectively.
Peter Stockmann The Doctor's elder brother and Mayor of the Town and Chief Constable, Chairman of the Baths' Committee. In the play, Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, the main character, Dr. Stockmann performs in what many would consider a good, but moral worth is not determined by someone making a 10 second analysis of the actions and determining it.
Dr. Thomas Stockmann. The protagonist of the play, Stockmann is a doctor and family man. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of the play An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen.
An Enemy of the People - An Epistemological Crisis in Disguise; Ibsen versus Society: Three Breakthrough Dramas.Download