Volume 3, Number 3, Fall 1960

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii
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O'Neill, 1960

pp. 219-223
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Dynamo and Lazarus Laughed: Some Limitations

pp. 224-230
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O'Neill: The Power of Daring

pp. 231-241
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The Psychoanalyzing of Eugene O'Neill

pp. 242-256
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Mourning Becomes Electra and The Prodigal: Electra and Orestes

pp. 257-259
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Eugene O'Neill and Light on the Path

pp. 260-267
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O'Neill's Dreamer: Success and Failure

pp. 268-272
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O'Neill and the Comic Spirit

pp. 273-279
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The Worth of Ah, Wilderness!

pp. 280-288
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The Road to Ruin: The Beginning of O'Neill's Long Day's Journey

pp. 289-296
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Amor Fati: O'Neill's Lazarus as Superman and Savior

pp. 297-305
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Notes on Eugene O'Neill in Japan

pp. 306-313
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Dialogue in the Plays Of Eugene O'Neill

pp. 314-325
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Desire Under The Elms,: A Modern Tragedy

pp. 326-332
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