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The Father (Strindberg) - Production Background
... Because of blasphemous comments about Jesus Christ, Strindberg found it hard for his work to be published and produced in Sweden ... Therefore, the play was the first Strindberg play to be produced outside of Scandinavia, in Berlin in 1890 ... The Father marked a turning point for Strindberg, as he went to a style of writing he deemed "artistic-psychological writing" (Oxford World's Classics ix) ...
Salomon August Andrée - Expedition To The North Pole
... July 1897, together with his companions engineer Knut Frænkel and photographer Nils Strindberg (a second cousin of playwright August Strindberg ... Most modern writers agree that Nils Strindberg died within a week of arrival he was buried among the rocks (though no marking was set on his grave ... Likely, Strindberg met his end at this point ...
Blå Tornet
... that was the last residence of August Strindberg, (1908–1912) ... Located at Drottninggatan 85, it is today the Strindberg Museum ... At the ground floor is a Strindberg themed bar called "Inferno" ...
Anna Charlier - After The Expedition
... Miss Ulla Strindberg – the late Nils Strindberg was her uncle – visited Anna in Torquay in England in 1947 ... Anna's home was filled with youth portraits of the missing Strindberg ... She later received Nils Strindberg's letters to her that he written during his voyage over the ice ...
Ture Rangström
... The first, produced in 1914, is dedicated to the memory of Strindberg - "August Strindberg in memoriam" the second, from 1919, is entitled "Mitt land" ("My country") the third ... operas, entitled "Kronbruden" ("The Crown Bride"), based on a play by Strindberg, which was first performed in 1915, "Medeltida" ("Medieval"), published in 1921, and "Gilgamesj", based on the Mesopotamian Epic of ... grandfather of a playwright, also named Ture Rangström (born in 1944 and artistic director of Strindbergs Intima Teater since its re-opening in 2003), and uncle of author Lars ...

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    Friendship can only exist between persons with similar interests and points of view. Man and woman by the conventions of society are born with different interests and different points of view.
    —J. August Strindberg (1849–1912)

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