The Confession Of A Fool by August Strindberg

This novel is a deeply personal account of love, betrayal, and the tumultuous inner workings of its narrator's mind. Written as an autobiographical confession, it delves into the complexities of marriage, the pain of infidelity, and the struggle for understanding within the confines of societal expectations. The protagonist's introspective journey through his failed relationship exposes the raw emotions and psychological turmoil that accompany love and loss. Through his narrative, the book explores themes of gender roles, mental anguish, and the quest for self-realization amidst the ruins of a shattered love.

The 6751st greatest book of all time


Published
1893
Nationality
Swedish
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Swedish

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