Definition of Strindberg, August in English:

Strindberg, August

Line breaks: Au¦gust Strind|berg
Pronunciation: /ˈstrɪndbəːɡ
( 1849–1912), Swedish dramatist and novelist; full name Johan August Strindberg. His satire The Red Room (1879) is regarded as Sweden’s first modern novel. His later plays are typically tense, psychic dramas, such as A Dream Play (1902).



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