Do you agree with Ibsen's statement about Hedda? Do not assume that his statement is necessarily true. Sometimes the point writers think they are making is not what the work itself says. D.H. Lawrence said that writers lie about what their writings say; he advises the reader to listen to what the work says, not what the author says about the work; in other words, the reader should trust the work, not the author.
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