The three plays in this volume focus on the tumultuous
relationships between men and women, whether they are father and
daughter, brother and sister or lovers. "Miss Julie" is a
ruthlessly realistic depiction of an upper class woman's seduction
of a servant, emphasizing the differences and the antagonism
between them. In "The Father", a man is brought to madness and
driven out of his home by the suspicion that his daughter is not
his own child, while "Easter" centres on a family in need of
redemption for its sins and suffering, finding forgiveness at a
season of rebirth. Strindberg's acute psychological analysis and
his dramatization of naked emotion within a naturalistic domestic
setting make him one of the great innovators of the modern theatre.
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