August Strindberg

Standard Name: Strindberg, August


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Education George Egerton
By adulthood, Chavelita Dunne (later GE ) had already gained proficiency in five or six languages, including Swedish.
Mix, Katherine Lyon. A Study in Yellow: The Yellow Book and Its Contributors. Greenwood Press, 1969.
She now taught herself Norwegian and read widely among the Scandinavian authors, including Ibsen , August Strindberg
Intertextuality and Influence George Egerton
GE 's realism was influenced by the Scandinavian authors she had read while living in Norway, including Ibsen , Strindberg , and Björnson .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Ledger, Sally. The New Woman. Manchester University Press, 1997.
Mix, Katherine Lyon. A Study in Yellow: The Yellow Book and Its Contributors. Greenwood Press, 1969.
Yet her work was also informed by the...
Literary responses Githa Sowerby
The single London performance of 1924 was a triumph. GS was called on stage to take the applause (though she declined to speak).
Riley, Patricia. Looking for Githa. New Writing North, 2009.
Most of the original reviews were enticing. The Era, in flattering...
Performance of text Caryl Churchill
CC 's A Dream Play, translated from a play by Strindberg dating from 1901, was published, close to its opening night at the National Theatre in London.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Textual Production Storm Jameson
Decades later she remembered praising Chekhov , Hoffmansthal , Ibsen , and Strindberg , while admitting that I mocked, censured, rebuked, tore down, with reckless delight, Shaw , Yeats , Masefield ,
Jameson, Storm. Journey from the North. Harper and Row, 1970.
and other British dramatists.


Master Olof, the first major play by August Strindberg , had its first performance in Stockholm, Sweden.
August Strindberg 's playThe Father, 1887, was published in an English translation by Nelly Erichsen or Erichzen .
28 April 1912
August Strindberg 's playMiss Julie, written in Swedish in 1888, was translated and first performed in English at London by the Little Theatre .
August Strindberg 's playThe Ghost Sonata, written in Swedish in 1907, appeared posthumously in English.