In the novel Ensam (1903), Strindberg speaks about an existential landscape, that is to say of the protagonist-narrator's inner self; but, anyhow, the author extensively speaks of Stockholm as well. The relationship between the narrator and his town is not transformed into a mere picturesque, descriptive connection; instead, it becomes a true adventure of perception which enables us to grasp peculiar aspects of a deep modernistic character of the artistic construction of the reality which is suggested by the Swedish writer.

“Ensam”: the Narrator, the Town and an Adventure of Perception

Franco Perrelli
2012

Abstract

In the novel Ensam (1903), Strindberg speaks about an existential landscape, that is to say of the protagonist-narrator's inner self; but, anyhow, the author extensively speaks of Stockholm as well. The relationship between the narrator and his town is not transformed into a mere picturesque, descriptive connection; instead, it becomes a true adventure of perception which enables us to grasp peculiar aspects of a deep modernistic character of the artistic construction of the reality which is suggested by the Swedish writer.
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