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What Could August Strindberg Have To Say About South African Race Relations? Plenty
A look at Mies Julie, Cape Town director Yael Farber's extraordinary translation of the Swedish playwright's tale of a 19th-century battle between mistress and servant to a present-day farmstead on the veld. The Guardian (UK) 03/06/13
Posted March 8, 2013 12:56 AM




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