In this Issue
Eugene O’Neill’s entire life revolved around the stage, and his productivity as a dramatist—some twenty long plays in less than twenty-five years (1920–1943)—remains a remarkable achievement. O’Neill’s plays are known for their intensely personal qualities, their dark realism, and their tragic honesty. O’Neill is the only American playwright ever to receive a Nobel Prize in Literature and is recognized as having helped to establish America as a center of theatrical output and creativity.
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 38, Numbers 1-2, 2017
Table of Contents
- Reflections on the "Second Girl"
- pp. 137-141
- O'Neill (Unexpected) by Alex Roe (review)
- pp. 165-169
- The Hairy Ape by Richard Jones (review)
- pp. 170-174
- The Emperor Jones by Ciarán O'Reilly (review)
- pp. 175-179
- Editor's Foreword
- pp. v-vii
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