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Miss Julie

August Strindberg

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Carlson, Harry Gilbert. Strindberg and the Poetry of Myth. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982.

Ekman, Hans-Goran. Strindberg and the Five Senses: Studies in Strindberg's Chamber Plays. London: Athlone Press, 2000.

Robinson, Michael. Studies in Strindberg. Norwich: Norvik Press, 1998.

Stockenstrom, Goran. Strindberg's Dramaturgy. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988.

Strindberg and Genre. Edited by Michael Robinson. Norwich, England: Norvik Press, 1991.

The Strindberg Society. Strindberg and Modern Theater. Stockholm: Strindbergssallskapet, 1975.

Strindberg on Stage: Report from the Symposium in Stockholm, May 18–22, 1981. Edited by Donald Weaver. Stockholm: Svensk Teaterunion, 1983.

Tornqvist, Egil. Strindbergian Drama: Themes and Structure. Stockholm, Sweden: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1982.

Tornqvist, Egil and Barry Jacobs. Strindberg's Miss Julie: a Play and its Transpositions. Norwich, England: Norvik Press, 1988.

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Miss Julie's Sadomasochistic Character

by Ananya97th, June 17, 2013

Miss Julie's sadomasochism was actually the result of her upbringing. Her mother was a sadistic woman who enjoyed power and causing ill to men whereas her father was masochistic because by marrying the countess, he desired his own downfall. Miss Julie grew up witnessing her mother's antics as well as her father's and inherited their particular characteristics to become a sadomasochistic woman.

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