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eBook Strindberg's Ghost Sonata ePub

by Egil Törnqvist

  • ISBN: 9053564357
  • Category: Dramas and Plays
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Egil Törnqvist
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amsterdam University Press; 1 edition (March 17, 2004)
  • Pages: 270
  • ePub book: 1820 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1103 kb
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Strindberg's Ghost Sonata book. Books by Egil Törnqvist.

Strindberg's Ghost Sonata book.

In this monograph of the play as text and as performance - the first of its kind - Egil Tornqvist examines, in four chapters, the source text, various translations of it into English, the stage versions of Max Reinhardt, Olof Molander and Ingmar Bergman, and select radio and TV adaptations. In two framing chapters the background and impact of the play are illuminated.

The Ghost Sonata (Swedish: Spöksonaten) is a play in three acts by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. Written in 1907, it was first produced at Strindberg's Intimate Theatre in Stockholm on 21 January 1908. Since then, it has been staged. Since then, it has been staged by such notable directors as Max Reinhardt, Olof Molander, Roger Blin, and Ingmar Bergman. Bergman directed it four times: in 1941, 1954, 1973, and 2000.

Generally considered one of milestones in the development of modern drama, August Strindberg's chamber play The Ghost Sonata (1907) has variously been hailed as the first expressionist, surrealist and absurdist drama

Generally considered one of milestones in the development of modern drama, August Strindberg's chamber play The Ghost Sonata (1907) has variously been hailed as the first expressionist, surrealist and absurdist drama. rIn this monograph of the play as text and as performance - the first of its kind - Egil Törnqvist examines, in four chapters, the source text, various translations of it into English, the stage versions of Max Reinhardt, Olof Molander and Ingmar Bergman, and select radio and TV adaptations. In two framing chapters the background and impact of the play are.

Generally considered one of milestones in the development of modern drama, August Strindberg's chamber play The Ghost Sonata (1907) has variously been hailed as the first expressionist, surrealist and absurdist drama. rIn this monograph of the play as text and as performance - the first of its kind - Egil T rnqvist examines, in four chapters, the source text, various translations of it into. English, the stage versions of Max Reinhardt, Olof Molander and Ingmar Bergman, and select radio and TV adaptations

Exclusive essay by Professor Egil Törnqvist on August Strindberg's great .

Exclusive essay by Professor Egil Törnqvist on August Strindberg's great influence on Bergman – and (in a manner of speaking) vice versa. Molander’s Strindberg productions made an indelible impression on Bergman: First it was The Dream Play. In the same way, Through a Glass Darkly ends with a ‘divine proof’-the idea that God is love-and this, says Bergman, forms the actual coda in the last movement (Sjöman 24).

Strindberg's The Ghost Sonata: From Text to Performance. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2000.

Strindberg's Ghost Sonata. Published by: Amsterdam University Press. Book Description: Generally considered one of milestones in the development of modern drama, August Strindberg's chamber play The Ghost Sonata (1907) has variously been hailed as the first expressionist, surrealist and absurdist drama. rIn this monograph of the play as text and as performance - the first of its kind - Egil Törnqvist examines, in four chapters, the source text, various translations of it into English

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Ingmar Bergman as quoted in Egil Törnqvist, ‘Ingmar Bergman Directs Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata’, Theatre Quarterly, III, no. 2 (1973) . oogle Scholar.

Part of the New Directions in Theatre book series (NDT). Unlike Macbeth and A Doll’s House, August Strindberg’s chamber play Spöksonaten, usually rendered as The Ghost Sonata in English, is hardly intelligible at a literal surface level. Ingmar Bergman as quoted in Egil Törnqvist, ‘Ingmar Bergman Directs Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata’, Theatre Quarterly, III, no. Authors and Affiliations.

Generally considered one of milestones in the development of modern drama, August Strindberg's chamber play The Ghost Sonata (1907) has variously been hailed as the first expressionist, surrealist and absurdist drama.In this monograph of the play as text and as performance —the first of its kind—Egil Törnqvist examines, in four chapters, the source text, various translations of it into English, the stage versions of Max Reinhardt, Olof Molander and Ingmar Bergman, and select radio and TV adaptations. In two framing chapters the background and impact of the play are illuminated. Focusing on Bergman's 1973 production, the book in addition contains a rehearsal diary and a transcription of this production. It is concluded with an annotated list of select productions.