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(1913) [MARC] Author: August Strindberg Translator: Claud Field
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XI


HELL LET LOOSE



Meanwhile, in order to entirely bewilder me
regarding the real nature of my illness, a current
number of L’Événement contains the following
notice:

“The unhappy Strindberg, who brought his
misogyny to Paris, was quickly compelled to
take himself off. Since then his partisans are
dumb and confounded before the feminist flag.
They do not wish to undergo the fate of Orpheus,
whose head was torn off by the Thracian
Bacchanals.”

So they actually did lay a plot against me in
the Rue de la Clef, and the morbid symptoms
from which I still suffer are the result of that
murderous attempt. Oh, these women! Certainly
my articles on the feminist pictures of
my Danish friend were not calculated to please
them. But, at any rate, here is a fact, a tangible
occurrence which dissipates my terrible doubts
regarding my mental soundness.

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