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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

August Strindberg (1849–1912)

Strindberg, August (strēnd’berG). A Swedish novelist and dramatist; born in Stockholm, Jan. 22, 1849; died on May 14, 1912. Among his works are: ‘Mästar Olof,’ a drama; ‘The Red Room,’ a social satire; ‘The Secret of the Club’; ‘Mr. Bengt’s Wife’; ‘Fröken Julie’ (1889); ‘The Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven’ (1892); and ‘Utopias in Real Life’ (1885); ‘In the Offing’; ‘Eight Kings’; ‘The Father’ (1887); ‘Facing Death’ (1893); ‘The Link’ (1897); ‘The Storm’ (1907). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).