Ibsen's four years in Italy were years of rest, of solitude, of
calm. The attitude of Ibsen to Italy was totally distinct from that
of other illustrious exiles of his day and generation. The line of
pilgrims from Stendhal and Lamartine down to Ruskin and the
Brownings had brought with them a personal interest in Italian
affairs; Italian servitude had roused some of them to anger or
irony; they had spent nights of insomnia dreaming of Italian
liberty. Casa Guidi Windows may be taken as the extreme type of the
way in which Italy did not impress Ibsen.
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