August Strindberg

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Swedish dramatist and novelist (1849-1912)

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Olof Lagercrantz, a writer, critic, and former editor of the leading Stockholm daily Dagens Nyheter, is probably best known to readers outside Sweden as the author of a biography of August Strindberg which appeared in 1979 and provoked considerable controversy among Strindberg specialists because it did away with the conventional view of Strindberg as a paranoid madman.
Miss Julie Adaptation of the misogynistic class-conflict classic by Swedish playwright August Strindberg.
They've been with us at least since August Strindberg wrote ``The Father,'' his 1880s masterpiece about an autocratic Swedish cavalry captain who belatedly discovers he's married to his own worst enemy.
The Nordic exhibit consists of three parts: first we have the historical section, which includes works by August Strindberg, Edvard Munch, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Carl Fredrik Hill, and Helene Schjerfbeck.
PH: Sandberg at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam, Knud Jensen at the Louisiana in Denmark, and Robert Giron in Brussels; once I even did a show with Jean Cassou on the paintings of August Strindberg at the Musee national d'art moderne.
This, amazingly, is a whole-cloth invention by Baselitz of a correspondence that might have taken place, but never did, between Hill and August Strindberg, his compatriot and exact contemporary.
ACTOR turned director Alan Rickman has done a fine job with this little-known play by August Strindberg.
This is a movie adaptation of the classic play written by Swedish playwright August Strindberg.
What McAteer does in his analyis of The Land of Heart's Desire is to show persuasively that the Naturalism of Ibsen will only carry Yeats so far and that to advance the dramaturgy into a more overtly Symbolist domain he reaches for August Strindberg.
Written by August Strindberg, it's about the daughter of an Anglo-Irish aristocrat, played by Jessica Chastain, who is seduced by her father's valet, played by Farrell.
August Strindberg is one of the most renowned Swedish writers in the genre of modern drama.
He had gone a long way through the works of Eugene O'Neill, Tennessee Williams, Bertolt Brecht, Arthur Miller, August Strindberg and many others.
Last year's book was En dares forsvarstal, by August Strindberg.
Strindberg's Stockholm Sweden's most celebrated author, August Strindberg (1849-1912), is indelibly associated with Stockholm's boutique Berns Hotel where he spent much of his youth.