Strindberg & ‘The Woman Question’

My essay on Strindberg & ‘The Woman Question’ is now available from BBC Radio 3. I’m discussing why Strindberg got arrested for blasphemy in 1884, and what relevance that has to Swedish politics today. I also touch on why Strindberg injected morphine into Berlin fruit trees… The talk will be broadcast on Thursday 6th October at 22:45, and will be available to download shortly after.

This essay was recorded live at the South Bank as part of Sound Frontiers.

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