The thesis is dedicated to the reception of five Ibsen's women figures in the Slovene journalism between 1892 and 1922. Slovenes have first met with Ibsen in 1892, whereas the year 1928 coincides with the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Ibsen. The thesis provides an overview of Ibsen's life, work and his reception in Slovenia. The thesis presents Ibsen's view on women and their position during his lifetime. The focus is on Slovene critics' response to Nora Helmer, Helene Alving, Hedda Gabler, Ellida Wangel and Hedvig Ekdal. These are those women figures that garnered great response in Slovenia. Nora is reproached with naivety and egoism, Helene with tragicalness and freethinking, Hedda with controversy and demonism, Ellida is perceived as with a split personality and Hedvig as an extremely tragic figure. With the exception of the latter, that is perceived by Slovene's critics as the most authentic and realistic, they are of the opinion that Ibsen's women can not exist and are constructed in accordance with his ideas.