1. August Strindberg wrote in the _____century.
2. Strindberg openly criticized what for its closed mindedness?
3. What did Strindberg want to expand in theater performance?
(a) Topics and themes.
(b) Length and structure.
(c) Acting and accompaniment.
(d) Costume and design.
4. According to Strindberg, who should shoulder the feelings his characters provoke in the play?
(a) The author.
(b) The government.
(c) No one.
(d) The reader.
5. What was a reflection of society at the time, according to Strindberg?
(a) A need to compensate for one's privilege.
(b) A need to humiliate those in power.
(c) A need to take pleasure from someone else's pain.
(d) A need to feel bad for the less fortunate.
6. For Strindberg, what is/are a real and indelible part of everyday life?
7. According to Strindberg, what cause is NOT attributable to Julie's suicide?
(a) Her upbringing.
(d) Her recent breakup.
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