Contains three plays such as "Miss Julie", "The Father", and "Easter" that focus on the tumultuous relationships between men and women, whether they are father and daughter, brother and sister or lovers. read more...
The three plays in this volume focus on the tumultuous relationships between men and women, whether they are father and daughter, brother and sister or lovers. "Miss Julie" is a ruthlessly realistic depiction of an upper class woman's seduction of a servant, emphasizing the differences and the antagonism between them. In "The Father", a man is brought to madness and driven out of his home by the suspicion that his daughter is not his own child, while "Easter" centres on a family in need of redemption for its sins and suffering, finding forgiveness at a season of rebirth. Strindberg's acute psychological analysis and his dramatization of naked emotion within a naturalistic domestic setting make him one of the great innovators of the modern theatre. short..
|Publisher||Penguin Books Ltd|
|Number of Pages||176|