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Six Plays of Strindberg (1955) [Omnibus Volume]
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Summary (From the publisher):

August strindberg is one of the founders of the modern theatre, a playwright whom Bernard Shaw considered "the only genuinely Shakespearean modern dramatist" and of whom Sean O'Casey exclaimed, "Strindberg, Strindberg, Strindberg, the greatest of them all."

This collection offers the most famous of his plays. It includes three examples of his naturalism (The Father, 1887; Miss Julie, 1888; The Stronger, 1890), two of his expressionism (A Dream Play, 1902; The Ghost Sonata, 1907), and Easter, a play whose interest derives from its defying either of these categories.

In these new translations by Elizabeth Sprigge, whose biography of Strindberg is the standard work on that figure, the American reader will have his first opportunity to know the true genius of the great Swedish playwright, for Miss Sprigge's unique achievement has been to render the original texts into an English that is at once fluent and accurate and to provide plays that capture the full vigor and impact of the original.

Original title: Six Plays of Strindberg
Original languages: Swedish

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Genre: Drama and PlaysScandinavian


The following works are contained within this one:
     Father, the (1887) [Play]
      Author: August Strindberg
     Miss Julie (1888) [Play]
      Author: August Strindberg
     Ghost Sonata, the (1907) [Play]
      Author: August Strindberg

Edition #1: Six Plays of Strindberg

Six Plays of Strindberg (1955)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Translated by: Elizabeth Sprigge
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Six Plays of Strindberg (1955)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: Garden City, NJ
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385092725
Pages: 304

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