This book is a study of August Strindberg's famous dramaMiss Julie,presented in both Swedish and English. Since it was first performed in 1888,Miss Juliehas became one of the most successful plays written by Strindberg, widely considered one of the pioneers of modern drama. The book provides a penetrating analysis of the author's text, followed by a close investigation of Ingmar Bergman's much lauded 1985 production at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm.Drama as Text and Performanceis intended as a paradigmatic illustration of similarities and differences between the two media-textand performance and their recipients, readers and spectators.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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