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... Durang for FINALS ?
2007 : transition from part 3 (images) to part 4 (World of the Play) - textbook
Strindberg's dreamscapes: the great Swedish dramatist August Strindberg was also a visionary painter and an experimental photographer
"10 questions" review (Winter Shorts)
--August Strindberg, "Photography and Philosophy" (1903), translated by L. J. Potts, reprinted in Jane M. Rabb, ed., Literature & Photography: Interactions 1840-1990. For more on Strindberg and photography, see Linda Haverty Rugg, Picturing Ourselves: Photography and Autobiography http://www.alan-thomas.com/texts.htmlhttp://www.gallen-kallela.fi/artnoir/Strindberg.html
part 3 :The peasants' ballet is another break in the primary action of the play. The peasants' lusty destruction of the kitchen parallels the disruption the off- stage events will cause. Jean and Julie's exit marks a major turning point in the play. By retiring offstage, the two keep the most scandalous event of their flirtation, sex, hidden from view. Similarly, in dialogue sexual matters are alluded to indirectly, through suggestive phrases, suspenseful pauses, and tense ellipses.see 11 [ "chorus acting" ]
http://www.ssn.flinders.edu.au/scanlink/nornotes/vol1/articles/strindbg.html August Strindberg (and painting) : "Strindberg's visual work is difficult to categorise being variously placed in the categories of Expressionism, Symbolism, Romanticism, or Surrealism. How then can his visual art works be categorised, if at all, and what influences are evident in them? ..."
p. XXX - comparative reference chart :
Social context, behavior
"Class", Status distictions
Breach in the rules of the world
What are the values of the world?
Frame -- [ spacial analysis, examples from Miss Julie ]
Moliere, Wilde, O'Neill, Beckett (?)
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin