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Part of Speech: noun
Examples of usage:
She came closer to him, and very quietly, but with an accent that was the very quintessence of Ibsenism, made the somewhat mercantile statement: 'I have come for my half- profits! - "Prose Fancies", Richard Le Gallienne.
This is the whole contention of The Quintessence of Ibsenism, put better than the book puts it; it is a really sharp exposition of the dangers of " idealism," the sacrifice of people to principles, and Shaw is even wiser in his suggestion that this excessive idealism exists nowhere so strongly as in the world of physical science. - "George Bernard Shaw", Gilbert K. Chesterton.
How can you expect a mere author to comprehend the faulty method of Shakespeare, or the ethical commonplaceness of Dickens and Thackeray, or the vital Ibsenism of Bernard Shaw and the other near- Ibsens, without assistance? - "The Valley of Vision", Henry Van Dyke.