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This file includes: There Are Crimes and Crimes, translated by Edwin Bjoerkman; Miss Julia 1888, translated by Edwin Bjoerkman; The Stronger 1889, translated by Edwin Bjoerkman; Creditors 1888, translated by Edwin Bjoerkman; Pariah 1888, translated by Edwin Bjoerkman; Comrades 1888, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; Facing Death, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; Easter 1900, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; Father 1887, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; Countess Julie, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; The Outlaw 1871, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; The Stronger 1889, translated by Edith and Waerner Oland; Lucky Pehr 1882, translated by Velma Swanston; The Road to Damascus (trilogy, all three parts) 1902, translated by Graham Rowson. According to Wikipedia: "Johan August Strindberg (22 January 1849 14 May 1912) was a Swedish playwright and writer. He is arguably the most influential of all Swedish authors, and one of the most influential Scandinavian authors, along with Knut Hamsun, with whom he fraternized while in Paris during the mid 1890s, Henrik Ibsen, Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen. Strindberg is known as one of the developers of modern theatre. His work is of two major literary styles, Naturalism and Expressionism."

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