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282 • Bibliography “The Cure.” Mentioned as having been rejected by Liberty, in a letter to Harold De Polo, September 19, 1929, Virginia. “Consider Yourself Lucky.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton . “Famous Lady.” 1925, mentioned in Boulton’s Diary for 1925 (March 22). “Gribble.” 1928, mentioned in Boulton’s 1928 Diary. “Heavyweights.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “The Inspiration.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Lanigan—Lineman.” Ca. 1910, said to have been published in Cavalier, mentioned in PLS, 24. “The Lost Dutchess [sic].” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton . “The Loving Couple.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “One Year from Today.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Outrageous Fortune.” With Mac Kaufman. Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Memorial Day.” Ca. 1919, rejected by H. L. Mencken for Smart Set, also mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Past One at Rooney’s.” Ca. 1910, mentioned in PLS, 24. “The Philosopher’s Night.” Ca. 1918, mentioned in PLS, 102. “She Never Knew Why.” Ca. 1917, mentioned in PLS, 13. “Sudden Death.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Talisman.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Three.” 1928, mentioned in Boulton’s Diary for 1928 (March 7). “Verbatim from One of God’s Chillun.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. “Ware Place.” Mentioned in the 1971 inventory by Barbara Burton. selected archival documents “Agnes: Thoughts on Her Marriage.” Transcribed, probably by Max Wylie. Boulton Collection, Yale. Diary for 1925, reused also for part of 1928. Boulton Collection, Yale. “Diary Notes,” 1919–25. Boulton Collection, Yale. “Eugene’s Drinking.” Diary notes, partially transcribed, probably by Max Wylie. Boulton Collection, Yale. “Fragment from Agnes’ manuscript, flung into fire by Eugene.” In Correspondence file, Folder B, transcribed, probably by Max Wylie, on the same page as a transcribed letter from Cecil Boulton to AB, February 23, 1922. Boulton Collection, Yale. Manuscript fragment of untitled sequel to Part of a Long Story, April 22, 1959. Sheaffer Collection, Connecticut College. “Poem by Agnes, written just after she heard of O’Neill’s death.” [1953], transcribed , probably by Louis Sheaffer. Sheaffer Collection, Connecticut College . Untitled fragment from burned novel by Agnes Boulton, carbon copy, partially burned. Wylie Collection, Boston University. writings of eugene o’neill plays and other writings Complete Plays. 3 vols. New York: Library of America, 1988. Eugene O’Neill at Work: Newly Released Ideas for Plays. Ed. Virginia Floyd. New York: Ungar, 1981. Poems, 1912–1944. New Haven: Ticknor and Fields, 1980. The Unknown O’Neill: Unpublished or Unfamiliar Writings of Eugene O’Neill. Ed. Travis Bogard. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988. Work Diary, 1924–1943. 2 vols. Preliminary edition. Transcribed by Donald C. Gallup. New Haven: Yale University Library, 1981. correspondence Bogard, Travis, and Jackson R. Bryer, eds. Selected Letters of Eugene O’Neill. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988. Bryer, Jackson R., and Ruth M. Alvarez, eds. The Theatre We Worked For: Letters of Eugene O’Neill to Kenneth Macgowan. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982. Commins, Dorothy Berliner, ed. “Love and Admiration and Respect”: The O’Neill-Commins Correspondence. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1986. King, William Davies, ed. “A Wind Is Rising”: The Correspondence of Agnes Boulton and Eugene O’Neill. Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000. Roberts, Nancy L., and Arthur W. Roberts, eds. As Ever, Gene: The Correspondence of Eugene O’Neill and George Jean Nathan. Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1987. secondary sources Alexander, Doris. Eugene O’Neill’s Creative Struggle: The Decisive Decade, 1924–1933. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1992. Alexander, Doris. Eugene O’Neill’s Last Plays: Separating Art from Autobiography . Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2005. Alexander, Doris. The Tempering of Eugene O’Neill. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962. “America’s Sailor-Dramatist: The Tempestuous Career of Eugene O’Neill.” John O’ London’s Weekly, August 6, 1927. Harvard Theatre Collection clipping . Atkinson, Brooks. “Life with a Dedicated Genius.” New York Times, August 10, 1958, sec. VII, pp. 4, 17. “Backing Car Kills Baby.” New York Times, April 23, 1951, 27. Baker, George Pierce. “O’Neill’s First Decade.” Yale Review 15 (1926), 791. Barlow, Judith E. Final Acts: The Creation of Three Late O’Neill Plays. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1985. Bibliography • 283 284 • Bibliography Barlow, Judith E. “Mother, Wife, Mistress, Friend, and Collaborator: Carlotta Monterey and Long Day’s Journey...

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9780472027057
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328
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2012-01-01
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English
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