August Strindberg | Critical Essay by Lynn R. Wilkinson

This literature criticism consists of approximately 34 pages of analysis & critique of August Strindberg.
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Critical Essay by Lynn R. Wilkinson

SOURCE: Wilkinson, Lynn R. “The Politics of the Interior: Strindberg's Chamber Plays. Scaninavian Studies 65, no. 4 (fall 1993): 33-50.

In the following essay, Wilkinson examines a group of five plays known as the Chamber Plays: Oväder (Storm Weather), Brända temten (The Burned House), Spöksonaten (Ghost Sonata), Pelikanen (The Pelican), and Svarta handsken (The Black Glove).

In 1907 and 1908, Strindberg composed five plays for performance at his own small theater in Stockholm, Intima teatern or The Intimate Theater. Oväder or Storm Weather, Brända tomten or The Burned House, Spöksonaten or The Ghost Sonata, and Pelikanen or The Pelican were written in 1907; Svarta handsken or The Black Glove followed a year later. Numbering the plays opus one to five, he called them Kammarspel...

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