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To crave for happiness in this world is simply to be possessed by a spirit of revolt. What right have we to happiness?
Ghosts
Manders, Act 1.
I am half inclined to think we are all ghosts, Mr. Manders. It is not only what we have inherited from our fathers and mothers that exists again in us, but all sorts of old dead ideas and all kinds of old dead beliefs and things of that kind. They are not actually alive in us; but there they are dormant, all the same, and we can never be rid of them. Whenever I take up a newspaper and read it, I fancy I see ghosts creeping between the lines. There must be ghosts all over the world. They must be as countless as the grains of the sands, it seems to me. And we are so miserably afraid of the light, all of us.
Ghosts
Mrs. Alving, Act 2.
Mother, give me the sun.
Ghosts
Oswald, Act 3.
Ghosts is an 1882 play written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It is a scathing commentary on Victorian morality and touched the forbidden subject of hereditary venereal disease. Ibsen was born on March 20, 1828, and died May 23, 1906.


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