While drawing a line between elitist success and widespread popularity, this essay aims to shine a more objective light on the rise of Scandinavian playwrights on the German and French stage at the end of the 19th century. What transpires is thus a highly complex and variegated picture, characterised by highs and lows, which nonetheless stands out as a particular chapter in the making of the theatrical and cultural identity of the European continent.

L’Europa dei teatri e i barbari scandinavi

Franco Perrelli
2016

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While drawing a line between elitist success and widespread popularity, this essay aims to shine a more objective light on the rise of Scandinavian playwrights on the German and French stage at the end of the 19th century. What transpires is thus a highly complex and variegated picture, characterised by highs and lows, which nonetheless stands out as a particular chapter in the making of the theatrical and cultural identity of the European continent.
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