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August Strindberg - Inferno, Alone and Other Writings

August Strindberg - Inferno, Alone and Other Writings

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Fleeing Sweden after the breakup of his first marriage, August Strindberg moved across Europe from 1892 to 1897, making Paris and Berlin his main bases of operation... Strindberg's circle...included scientists (for he was seriously, if briefly, a chemist), writers and artists- particularly Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch, friends who marked and were marked by Strindberg's ideas on art, developed in his own painting. Through these years, Strindberg's troubles with censors and women and his private demons grew parallel to his increasing artistic power and religious temper. Both developments may be seen in this volume of writings from the period. Inferno is the most important of them, one of a series of autobiographical novels.

Published by Doubleday Anchor Books in 1968, First Edition

Softcover, 429 pages

Size: 4 x 7 inches

Condition: Good, shows typical wear as pictured. Inside of the cover has some scribbling in pen and inside cover has a mark where it was aggressively erased. Otherwise clean interior.

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