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Strindberg’s Letters, Volume 1


Edited and translated by Michael Robinson
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.

461 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1992

Literature and Literary Criticism: General Criticism and Critical Theory

Table of Contents

The Letters
I. (March 1862-April 1875) Letters 1-17
II. (June 1875-August 1883) Letters 18-62
III. (September 1883-October 1887) Letters 63-177
IV. (October 1887-March 1889) Letters 178-236
V. (May 1889-September 1892) Letters 237-284
Sources of Letters: Volume I

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