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Master Olof A Drama in Five Acts

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ISBN-10: 1406807850

ISBN-13: 9781406807851

Edition: N/A

Authors: August Strindberg

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Courtier. Don't mind me, please. You see, I have been educated in Paris. Francis the First--O Saint-Sauveur!--that's a man who has extreme views. Do you know what he told me at a bal masque during the last carnival? (Olof remains silent.) "Monsieur," he said, "la religion est morte, est morte," he said. Which didn't keep him from attending mass.
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List price: $9.90
Publisher: Echo Library
Binding: Paperback
Language: English

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, into a poor family, August Strindberg suffered a hard and unhappy childhood. He studied for a while at the University of Uppsala in Sweden, but left without a degree. Strindberg began to write while supporting himself at a variety of jobs, including journalist and librarian. The work that first brought him to public attention was the novel The Red Room (1879), a biting satire on Stockholm society that displayed his skill as both a literary stylist and a social commentator. Strindberg went on to write other novels, as well as stories and poems, but it is as a playwright that he is remembered. Sweden's greatest playwright, he ranks just behind Norway's playwright…