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Fair Haven and Foul Strand

August Strindberg

"Fair Haven and Foul Strand" is an ancient Drama, Psychological story book written by August Strindberg. This work of fiction, with its mixture of cerebral depth, first-rate narrative, and extremely good placing, famous Strindberg's grasp narrative ability. Fair Haven and Foul Strand is an engrossing story that allows you to have readers guessing lengthy once they've finished the final net web page. August Strindberg, recognized for his probes into the human psyche, tells a thrilling story set in a seashore village. The tale explores the complexities of human relationships, illustrating the interaction of passion, jealousy, and betrayal. Fair Haven and Foul Strand paints an in depth photo of small-city life, with its complex relationships and simmering conflicts below the floor.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 126
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.30in - 0.37lb
  • EAN: 9789361429767
  • Categories: GeneralGeneralGeneral

About the Author

Strindberg, August: - "Johan August Strindberg was a Swedish dramatist, novelist, poet, essayist, and painter. During his four-decade career, Strindberg created more than sixty plays and over thirty books of fiction, autobiography, history, cultural analysis, and politics, frequently drawing directly on his own experiences. He was a daring innovator and iconoclast who experimented with a variety of dramatic methods and objectives, including naturalistic tragedy, monodrama, and history plays, as well as his foreshadowing of expressionist and surrealist theatrical tactics. Strindberg pioneered new approaches to dramatic action, vocabulary, and visual composition beginning with his early work. In 1872, the Royal Theatre rejected his first major play, Master Olof; it was not until 1881, at the age of thirty-two, that its premiere at the New Theatre provided him with his theatrical breakthrough. In his plays The Father (1887), Miss Julie (1888), and Creditors (1889), he created naturalistic dramas that - building on the established accomplishments of Henrik Ibsen's prose problem plays while rejecting their use of the structure of the well-made play - responded to Emile Zola's manifesto "Naturalism in the Theatre" (1881) and the example set by André Antoine's newly established Théâtre Libre (opened 1887)."