restricted access   Volume 37, Number 1, 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Foreword

pp. V-VIII


“The Meaning of What You Mean Now”: Domestic and Psychological Spaces in More Stately Mansions

pp. 1-20

Desire under Dylan: Robert Falls, Bob Dylan, and the Domestic Tragedy of Eugene O’Neill

pp. 21-40

Laying Ella’s Ghost: Sublimation of Incestuous Love in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire under the Elms and A Moon for the Misbegotten

pp. 41-56

Wandering about in the Moonless Darkness: The Plight of the Mother in Long Day’s Journey Into Night

pp. 57-70

Quotidian Matters: Reading the Diary of Eugene O’Neill

pp. 71-88

“Give my regards …”: A Touch of the Poet on Broadway

pp. 89-107

Book Reviews

Eugene O’Neill: Le génie illégitime de Broadway by Gwenola Le Bastard (review)

pp. 108-111

The O’Neill: The Transformation of Modern American Theater by Jeffrey Sweet and Preston Whiteway (review)

pp. 112-115

Performance Reviews

Editor’s Foreword “Staging Archaeological Digs”

pp. 116-118

Long Day’s Journey Into Night dir. by Christopher Liam Moore, and: The Count of Monte Cristo dir. by Marcela Lorca (review)

pp. 119-130

A Wife for a life and Recklessness dir. by Saburo Ouchi (review)

pp. 131-134

Ah, Wilderness! dir. by Natalie Abrahami (review)

pp. 135-138

A Moon for the Misbegotten dir. by Gordon Edelstein (review)

pp. 139-143