1. Three Ways to Fail at Forgiveness: Beckett, Miller, and O’neill
  2. David Palmer
  3. pp. 115-149
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  1. When Smitty Stopped Pretending to Snore: O’Neill Scholarship and the Problem of Copy-Text in the Library of America Complete Plays
  2. Alexander Pettit
  3. pp. 150-175
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  1. “Anna Christie,” Chris Christophersen, and dat ole davil Broadway
  2. Daniel Boulos
  3. pp. 176-193
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  1. Trauma and the Tragic in The Hairy Ape and All God’s Chillun Got Wings
  2. Radmila Nastić
  3. pp. 194-211
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  1. The Great God Pan/Brown: Shared Origins and Theme of A Victorian Horror Classic and Eugene O’Neill’s Masked Play
  2. Alesha Claveria
  3. pp. 212-225
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  1. Eugene O’Neill: The Contemporary Reviews ed. by Jackson R. Bryer and Robert M. Dowling (review)
  2. Alexander Pettit
  3. pp. 226-228
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  1. Raging Waves in the Sea of Desire dir. by Zhang Manjun (review)
  2. Robert Combs
  3. pp. 232-234
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  1. Anna Christie adapted by Jean-Claude Carrière (review)
  2. Katie N. Johnson
  3. pp. 235-238
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  1. The Iceman Cometh dir. by Robert Falls (review)
  2. Jeff Kennedy
  3. pp. 239-243
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  1. Long Day’s Journey Into Night dir. by Juan José Afonso (review)
  2. Bettina Schödel
  3. pp. 244-246
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  1. Long Day’s Journey Into Night (review)
  2. Samela Harris
  3. pp. 247-250
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  1. The Second Girl by Ronan Noone (review)
  2. Beth Wynstra
  3. pp. 251-256
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  1. Editor’s Foreword
  2. William Davies King
  3. pp. v-xiv
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  1. Foreword: Transnational O’Neill
  2. Katie N. Johnson
  3. pp. 229-231
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 257-259
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