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Seven Plays August Strindberg by August Strindberg

Seven Plays

August Strindberg by August Strindberg

Published February 1960
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It is impossible to measure the extent to which the genius of August Strindberg has influenced the course of modern drama. His dramatic technique ranged from naturalism to expressionism. Both the boldness of his thought and its originality leftMoreIt is impossible to measure the extent to which the genius of August Strindberg has influenced the course of modern drama. His dramatic technique ranged from naturalism to expressionism. Both the boldness of his thought and its originality left permanent marks on the conventions of the theatre. Sean OCasey called him the greatest of them all- Eugene ONeill remarked that he had learned more about playwriting from him than from any other dramatist- Shaw described him a the only genuinely Shakespearean modern dramatist. These comments attest simply and incontrovertibly to Strindbergs great talent and his enduring influence.SEVEN PLAYS BY AUGUST STRINDBERG-The Father-Miss Julie-Comrades-The Stronger-The Bond-Crimes and Crimes-EasterTranslation by Arvid Paulson,