Jean confesses that he and Miss Julie slept together and Christine is angry at him, both for his infidelity and for taking advantage of Julie. The following Sunday, he went to church, determined to see Miss Julie once more. Christine enters, and Julie begs her for help but Christine refuses.
Christine enters, and Julie begs her for help. To be notified when we launch a full study guide, please contact us. Although the servants dislike her joining in their fun, they are powerless to stop her or to let her know of their dislike, for she is their mistress.
Cite This Page Choose citation style: Strindberg experimented with a multitude of dramatic forms throughout his career. University of California Press. August Strindberg was a noted naturalist playwright, novelist, poet, essayist, and painter.
When the bell sounds, his presence is also noted more strongly.
She pledges to stay, to wait for her father and confess everything. She is aware of the power she holds but switches between being above the servants and flirting with Jean.
He finally put an end to such conduct and the engagement by snatching the whip, breaking it, and striding away from the manor. During that time Miss Julie gives herself to Jean.
Enchanted by its beauty, Jean snuck in but soon heard someone coming. Christine speaks of their redemption, saying the last shall be first.
Full study guide for this title currently under development. Suddenly, there is a bell upstairs that signals that the Count has returned from his trip. While he is changing, Christine falls asleep in a chair.
Jean tells her that they should flee to his room. He left the town and traveled widely, working many different jobs as he went, before finally returning to work for the count. He takes a shaving razor and hands it to her and the play ends as she walks through the door with it, presumably to commit suicide.
Christine reenters and Julie begs Christine to protect her from Jean. Christine falls asleep next to the stove.
Christine, the cook, is frying something when Jean, a valet, enters, exclaiming that Miss Julie is wild tonight. A mysterious fire, then burned down the estate.
Julie becomes hysterical and wonders how she can live with everyone cheating her back.
A mysterious fire then burned down the estate. Christine observes that Miss Julie has been rambunctious in the wake of her broken engagement.Miss Julie is not simply the tragedy of an aristocratic woman with a self-destructive personality and an ambivalent feeling toward men.
It is also more than a naturalistic study about a victimized. Miss Julie (Swedish: Fröken Julie) is a naturalistic play written in by August Strindberg. It is set on Midsummer's Eve on the estate of a Count in Sweden. The young woman of the title is drawn to a senior servant, a valet named Jean, who is particularly well-traveled, well-mannered and well-read.
An interactive data visualization of Miss Julie's plot and themes. Brief Biography of August Strindberg August Strindberg was a prolific Swedish playwright, poet, essayist and painter.
From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes Miss Julie Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays. Dec 05, · Miss Julie is a rather strange experience, with its consistently static medium shots of the three actors, as they roar their lines at one another.
But it has an undeniable power.3/5. This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Miss Julie by August Strindberg. Miss Julie is an naturalistic play by Swedish playwright and novelist August Strindberg.
Set on the estate of a count in Sweden, Miss Julie is a young woman who is attracted to a valet named Jean.Download