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Volume 35, Number 1, 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Foreword

pp. v-vi


“It Sounds Wonderful, Doesn’t It?”: Promises of Marriage in the Plays of Eugene O’Neill

pp. 1-14

The Texts of O’Neill’s Beyond the Horizon: Ruth Mayo, Agnes Boulton, and the Women of Provincetown

pp. 15-40

Mary Tyrone’s Crisis of Agency: Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Ordinary Language, and the Tragic Humanism of American Drama

pp. 41-60

Worshiping the Black Sun: Melancholy in Eugene O’Neill and Sarah Ruhl

pp. 61-78

Thomas Wolfe and Eugene O’Neill: Intertextual Inferences

pp. 79-93

“Jimmy Tomorrow” Revisited: New Sources for The Iceman Cometh

pp. 94-102

Cecil Rhodes

pp. 103-105

To-day’s the Time

pp. 105-106

Beside the Road

p. 106

Book Review

Intertextuality In American Drama: Critical Essays On Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller And Other Playwrights edited by Drew Eisenhauer and Brenda Murphy (review)

pp. 107-110

Performance Reviews


pp. 111-112

Strange Interlude directed by Simon Godwin (review)

pp. 113-117

All God’s Chillun Got Wings directed by Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. (review)

pp. 118-121

The Hairy Ape directed by Wilder Nutting-Heath (review)

pp. 122-125

The Iceman Cometh directed by Ian Wolfgang Hinz (review)

pp. 126-129

The Big Show: A Reimagination of Eugene O’Neill’s Thirst Through the Life Story of Frances Farmer directed and choreographed by Charlie Sutton (review)

pp. 1-3

Notes On Contributors

pp. 133-135

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