Published by Galago, 2009. A young student in literature is talking a walk through Tegnérlunden in Stockholm on a sloppy day in january when she is addressed by a deeply bewildered man in old fashioned clothes. She instantly recognizes him and helps him home to the Blue Tower. But how is it possible that August Strindberg emerges like this almost one hundred years after his death? How is he going to get his dinner now that the housekeeper is gone? How does one explain to him that the snow is melting away in the middle of winter? And above all: how do you explain how angry you have always been at him, and manage to get through to the great writer over the remoteness of a century?
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