August Strindberg


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Swedish dramatist and novelist (1849-1912)

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August Strindberg (1849-1912), one of Sweden's greatest playwrights, novelists, poets, essayists and painters is given special attention in Astrid Regnell's article "The Caterpillar transforming into a Butterfly?
Una de las piezas esenciales dentro de las obras maestras de la dramaturgia europea de todos los tiempos, escrita en 1888 por el sueco August Strindberg, es La senorita Julia.
The distinctive natural lighting, which lasts for up to 18 hours around the national holiday of Midsummer in June and as little as six hours in the snowy winter, has attracted generations of Swedish artists from August Strindberg to ABBA and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo author Stieg Larsson.
Lou knew and enchanted three of Mann's greatest artistic and intellectual heroes--Richard Wagner, Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud--and also head-hunted many of the leading writers of her time: Leo Tolstoy (whom she visited in Russia), August Strindberg, Knut Hamsun, Gerhart Hauptmann, Arthur Schnitzler, the predatory Frank Wedekind, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, her longtime lover Rainer Maria Rilke and the theologian Martin Buber.
Those include a lithograph by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch of Swedish author August Strindberg -- a source of inspiration for Bergman -- as well as a black-and-white portrait of Bergman shot by US photographer Irving Penn and featuring a personal dedication.
Miller will star in the updated version of the August Strindberg classic, alongside Jonny Lee Miller, which is set to begin previews this month.
The play, by Patrick Marber of Closer and Notes On A Scandal fame, is a modern adaptation of the classic August Strindberg drama Miss Julie.
The common theme of the nine essays collected here is the reception of Nietzsche's notion of the tragic in 20th-century literature and film, starting with August Strindberg and Gabriele D'Annunzio and ending with Jean-Luc Godard's acclaimed film Prenom Carmen (1983).
It is inspired by the play The Ghost Sonata, by Swedish playwright August Strindberg, and directed by Josette Bushell- Mingo, currently artistic director of The Silent Theatre Stockholm.
He was friendly with both the playwright Henrik Ibsen and the novelist August Strindberg.
2) Froken Julie is included in the volume entitled in Naturalistiska Sorgespel, in Samlade Skrifter av August Strindberg, 55 vols.
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Ned Rorem said of his first opera, Miss Julie, which he composed in 1965 from the play by August Strindberg and which was revived in November by students at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia in the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
Rightly stressing the important role played by the Danish critic Georg Brandes, who lived for extended periods in Berlin and whose lectures on 'Main currents of European literature', given in Copenhagen in the 1870s, are deservedly famous, Strumper-Krobb focuses on the important role played by Marie Herzfeld, a Hungarian-born critic who, living and writing in Vienna in the 1880s and 1890s, systematically promoted Scandinavian authors such as Ola Hansson, August Strindberg, Arne Garborg, and Selma Lagerlof.
Stern will compare the experience of the mystical in Emanuel Swedenborg and August Strindberg, exploring their understanding about the possibility of knowing certainty.