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Strindberg

(ˈstrɪndbɜːɡ; Swedish ˈstrɪndbærj)
n
(Biography) August (ˈauɡʊst). 1849–1912, Swedish dramatist and novelist, whose plays include The Father (1887), Miss Julie (1888), and The Ghost Sonata (1907)
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Strind•berg

(ˈstrɪnd bɜrg, ˈstrɪn-)

n.
Johan August, 1849–1912, Swedish novelist and playwright.
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He has adapted the historic play, which was written by August Strindberg in Sweden in 1888, to set it in the North East of England and it will be performed at stages across the region when it tours from March 13 to April 4.
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AN updated version of August Strindberg's classic play Miss Julie will be broadcast on big screens during a global event on September 6.
Vanessa, who gave a Baftawinning performance as Princess Margaret in The Crown, has been described as "sensational" in the new contemporary version of August Strindberg's classic drama Miss Julie, written by Polly Stenham.
Vanessa, who gave a Baftawinning performance as Princess Margaret in The Crown, has been described as "sensational" in the new version of August Strindberg's classic drama Miss Julie, written by Polly Stenham.
1889 - August Strindberg's "Hemsoborna" premieres in Copenhagen
Two chapters then focus on August Strindberg. Massimiliano Bampi maps out the importance of the character of Starka[eth]r, tracing critical contextual polarities that informed Strindberg's works and noting a sense of authorial identification with the character, while Maria Christina Lombardi examines the changes wrought by Strindberg to Ans saga bogsveigis, wherein the Norse original becomes a narrative shaped to the stylistics and culture of late nineteenth-century Expressionism.
This exploration of the work of American playwright Eugene OAENeill seeks to show that his theatrical modernism was a mixture of Nietzsche, Strindberg, and nostalgia.
Visiting artist-scholar Faye Chunfang Fei will speak about her work of reinventing famous plays by writers such as Shakespeare, Ibsen and Strindberg as classical Chinese operas.
The third section of the book discusses three dramatists who were strongly interested in and influenced by Nietzsche's ideas: Strindberg, Shaw, and O'Neill.