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Critical Essay by Freddie Rokem

SOURCE: Rokem, Freddie. “The Camera and the Aesthetics of Repetition: Strindberg's Use of Space and Scenography in Miss Julie, A Dream Play, and The Ghost Sonata.” In Strindberg's Dramaturgy, edited by Göran Stockenström, pp. 107-28. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988.

In the following essay, Roken spotlights Strindberg's presentation of visual information as an element of his narrative technique.

The question of how that which the writer-dramatist wants to communicate is passed on to the reader-spectator as experience of knowledge was one of Strindberg's primary concerns. In several of his plays, the actual process of passing on information and the issue of its authenticity are placed in the foreground, thus confronting us as spectators with problems that careful narratological and rhetorical analysis of fiction has taught...

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