Strindberg's Letters, Volume 2: 1892-1912
University of Chicago Press, 4. maj 1992 - 506 sider
This is the first major collection in English of August Strindberg's letters, the most vital and wide-ranging body of correspondence in Scandinavian literature. Of ten thousand surviving letters, Michael Robinson has selected and translated more than five hundred of the most important, which trace Strindberg's development and provide a comprehensive view of the life and work of this towering figure in European literary and theatrical Modernism.
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Selecting and translating some 679 letters from the nearly 10,000 extant items of correspondence, Robinson provides us with the first major collection of Strindberg's letters in English. Often writing ... Læs hele anmeldelsen