Miss Julie | Study Guide

August Strindberg

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Character Description
Miss Julie The 25-year-old daughter of a count, Miss Julie is a spirited, rebellious woman with a tendency toward cruelty and dominance. Read More
Jean The Count's French-named valet, 30-year-old Jean is self-serving, ambitious, cruel, and manipulative. Read More
Christine Christine, the family cook, is traditionally religious and follows a strict moral code. Read More
Chorus The chorus is a group of farm folk who make music and dance during the midsummer eve festivities. One of their songs makes lewd references to Miss Julie and Jean.
The Count The Count is Miss Julie's authoritative father who frightens Jean back into his servile behavior when the bell rings to summon him to his duties. Away from home visiting relatives, the Count does not appear in the play.
Diana Diana is Miss Julie's pampered dog, who has gone astray and consorted with mongrels.
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