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Miss Julie

Miss Julie

August Strindberg

ISBN: 9780413666109

This play, widely considered Strindberg's masterpiece, presents the conflict between sexual passion and social position. Helen Cooper's new translation, premiered at the Greenwich Theatre in 1990, is from a literal by Peter Hogg

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Miss Julie is Strindberg's masterpiece, written at the height of his powers as a dramatist. It treats sexuality and human struggle with a frank realism previously unknown in the theatre. This volume also includes Strindberg's Preface to the play. Helen Cooper's taut, contemporary stage version, which premiered in London in 1990 at the Greenwich Theatre, 'is fiercely faithful to the play's transfixing contradictions' (Independent) and 'marvellously brisk and demotic' (Time Out).
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