The Ghost Sonata
The Ghost Sonata by August Strindberg has been described as "...one of the most macabre, wrathful works in all of world literature." In this chilling tale, a young student is coaxed into entering a house in search of knowledge. He realizes that life as he knows it is futile, and suffering is at the axis of every human's life. Concentrating on a family that basks in their own misfortunes, the world explored is that of a vivid modern drama.