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Fordringsägare #2020

Fordrings gare ADOLPH Uneasily I don t know You live with a woman for years and you never stop to analyse her or your relationship with her and then then you begin to think and there you are Gustav you are my fr

  • Title: Fordringsägare
  • Author: August Strindberg
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  • Page: 236
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  • Fordringsägare By August Strindberg, ADOLPH Uneasily I don t know You live with a woman for years, and you never stop to analyse her, or your relationship with her, and then then you begin to think and there you are Gustav, you are my friend The only male friend I have During this last week you have given me courage to live again It is as if your own magnetism had been poured into me Like a watchmADOLPH Uneasily I don t know You live with a woman for years, and you never stop to analyse her, or your relationship with her, and then then you begin to think and there you are Gustav, you are my friend The only male friend I have During this last week you have given me courage to live again It is as if your own magnetism had been poured into me Like a watchmaker, you have fixed the works in my head and wound up the spring again Can t you hear, yourself, how I think clearly and speak to the point And to myself at least it seems as if my voice had recovered its ring.

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    1. After I listened to the audiobook of the play, I went back and reread some sections in my Kindle edition of Plays by August Strindberg, Second Series and read the introduction to the play as well One important fact that the introduction provided was that Strindberg wrote this play only a year before he finally decided to free himself from an impossible marriage by an appeal to the law Even with the wife Tekla clearly being portrayed as the bad one in the marriage, I noticed that there was a stro [...]

    2. I remember thinking this was okay, but three months later I can remember nothing about it without having to look it up Never a good sign.

    3. I wouldnt say i enjoyed this play because it was about like many other Strindberg plays about males who try to defeat seduce a woman and women written like a sort of maneating monster The dialouge was powerful,technically,character wise it was impressive than Miss Julie to me Tekla the female lead was not a weak victim like Miss Julie, i liked that Strinderg had to make strong to show how her husand became weak because of her.August Strindberg is better playwrighter than novelist but too many s [...]

    4. I read this as part of a group read I can imagine it would have been powerful on stage than to read, especially at the time it was written view spoiler the use of epilepsy as part of the structure of the play is very dated I don t find it appropriate, but this is a play from a completely different era hide spoiler

    5. I m not sure if I know how to feel about this play I have found that Strindberg s works make me feel uncomfortable, which strikes me as a really odd sensation Creditors was, in all essence, a bit haunting In this play, two friends, Gustav and Adolphe, discuss Adolphe s wife, who actually used to be married to Gustav Gustav makes Adolphe feel uncomfortable, then leaves him to argue with his wife After Adolphe has left, Gustav tries to hit on his wife unsuccessfully, but little do they know that A [...]

    6. Strindberg with the play Creditors makes a statement about what love is happiness, dependence, necessity, addiction, anger, the fear of betrayal, need of taking revenge A constant fight between two players who are not always equally skilled Thus, a greek translator called Erricos Belies said about this book that resembes to a romean duel with battlefield the death itself When you love, either you sacrifice yourself for them or you make them die for youHence, there is an love triangle Thecla, Ado [...]

    7. 1 act, 1 scenewife, ex husband incognito and wife s new loverThis is an accident waiting to happen Stindberg reveals in his plays.what his life was all about.

    8. I ve always been cautious with the name August Strindberg I m not familiar with his works, except Miss Julie, but I often connect his portrait with madness, sadness and not without boldness Parts of these impressions are true, at least with Creditors.I somehow feel there is something common between this play and Miss Julie that reveals about Strindberg and his view on women and marriage Something astringent I think I got to read Miss Julie again and come back to this review, on our hero August [...]

    9. Takov to, kdy n co tete d v ne jste to schopni pochopit a docenit Pokud jde o Creditors, hru jsem nejen etla, ale i vid la p li brzy Po letech jsem se k tomu vr tila a m m pocit, e jsem p e etla pln n co jin ho ne tehdy Bylo by jednoduch b t pohor ena Gustavov m pohledem na Teklu, p edstavou sv vlastn nad azenosti Jenom e nikdo z nich nen bez viny Je mi jich l to a z rove m m touhu st t na stran Gustava a p ihl et jak zasazuje posledn r nu Mohla bych se vr tit o 8 let zp t a j t na tu derni ru j [...]

    10. August Strindberg misogynist or genius or both Not sure what to think of this, except that I would very much like to see it in production.

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