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  1. The Straw by Eugene, 1888-1953 O'Neill, 2009-10-04
  2. Selected plays of Eugene ONeill by Eugene (1888-1953) ONeill, 1968-01-01
  3. The Plays of Eugene ONeill - In Two Volumes by Eugene (1888-1953) ONeill, 1955-01-01
  4. The iceman cometh : a play / by Eugene ONeill ; with drawings and a lithograph by Leonard Baskin ; introduction by Irma Jaffe by Eugene (1888-1953). Baskin, Leonard (1922-2000) ONeill, 1982-01-01
  5. Beyond the horizon, a play in three acts by Eugene O'Neill 1888-1953, 1920-12-31
  6. Dynamo by Eugene (1888-1953) ONeill, 1929-01-01
  7. The Emperor Jones, Diff'rent, The Straw by Eugene (1888-1953) O'Neill, 1923
  8. Mourning becomes Electra, a trilogy by Eugene (1888-1953) ONeill, 1931-01-01
  9. Biography - O'Neill, Eugene (Gladstone) (1888-1953): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2004-01-01
  10. The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill 1888-1953, 1921-12-31
  11. Plays : first series by Eugene, 1888-1953 O'Neill, 2009-10-26
  12. Theatre Annual, 1988/Eugene O'Neill 1888-1953
  13. Shell shock, a play in one act by Eugene, 1888-1953 O'Neill, 2009-10-26
  14. Eugene O'Neill: Dancing With the Devil (1888-1953 : a Play for One Person) by Jeffrey W. Ryback, 1991-03

1. Eugene O'Neill - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
O'Neill, Eugene; Bogard, Travis (1988). Complete Plays 19131920. The Library of America. 40. New York Literary Classics. ISBN 9780940450486.'Neill
Eugene O'Neill
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Portrait of O'Neill by Alice Boughton Born Eugene Gladstone O'Neill
October 16, 1888
New York City, New York
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Massachusetts , USA Occupation Playwright Nationality United States Notable award(s) Nobel Prize in Literature
Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Spouse(s) Kathleen Jenkins (1909-1912)
Agnes Boulton (1918-1929)
Carlotta Monterey (1929-1953) Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (16 October 1888 – 27 November 1953) was an American playwright, and Nobel laureate in Literature . His plays are among the first to introduce into American drama the techniques of realism , associated with Russian playwright Anton Chekhov , Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen , and Swedish playwright August Strindberg . His plays were among the first to include speeches in American vernacular and involve characters on the fringes of society , engaging in depraved behavior, where they struggle to maintain their hopes and aspirations, but ultimately slide into disillusionment and despair. O'Neill wrote only one well-known comedy ( Ah, Wilderness!

2. O'Neill, Eugene Quotes On Quotations Book
The old like children talk to themselves, for they have reached that hopeless wisdom of experience which knows that though one were to cry it in the streets to multitudes, or

3. Eugene O'Neill
Biography of the Nobelwinning American playwright, with selected bibliography.
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Eugene (Gladstone) O'Neill (1888-1953) One of the greatest American playwrights, restless and bold experimenter, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1936. Among O'Neill's best-known plays are ANNA CHRISTINE (pub. 1922), DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS (pub.1924), MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (pub. 1931), LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (pub. 1956), and THE ICEMAN COMETH (prod. 1946). O'Neill's plays range in style from satire to tragedy. They often depict people who have no hope of controlling their destinies. "... we all are more or less the slaves of conventions, or of discipline, or of a rigid formula of some sort." Eugene O'Neill was born in New York into an Irish-Catholic theatrical family. His early life was restless: his father, who was an actor, spent most of his career touring in the lead role of the popular melodrama The Count of Monte Cristo. In 1895 O'Neill was enrolled in the St. Aloysius Academy for Boys, and transferred in 1900 to the DeLa Salle Institute in Manhattan. During these years his mother's addiction to morphine left profound emotional scars on the growing O'Neill. He also found out that his own birth had precipitated his mother's addiction. In 1902 Ella O'Neill tried to commit suicide. After renouncing Catholicism, O'Neill entered in 1902 the Betts Academy in Stamford, a non-sectarian preparatory school. Six years later he entered Princeton University, but left it after a year. During this period he spent most of the time in New York waterfront bars and brothels.

4. Biography Of Eugene O'Neill | List Of Works, Study Guides & Essays | GradeSaver
Eugene O'Neill. Eugene O'Neill was born in a hotel on the corner of Broadway and 43rd St. in New York City, a fitting start for someone who was to become one of America's greatest
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    Study Guides and Essays by Eugene O'Neill Desire Under the Elms The Hairy Ape Long Day's Journey Into Night Eugene O'Neill Eugene O'Neill was born in a hotel on the corner of Broadway and 43rd St. in New York City, a fitting start for someone who was to become one of America's greatest playwrights. He was the son of James O'Neill, one of the most popular American actors of his day. For the first seven years of Eugene's life, the O'Neill family toured with James during his stint with the successful (though artistically unimpressive) Monte Cristo. Eugene attended Catholic boarding school and then the Betts Academy in Stamford, Connecticut. He was accepted at Princeton, but he was suspended at the end of his freshman year and decided not to return. Between 1909-12 he worked in an odd assortment of jobs and traveled extensively as a sailor. Exposure to working class people made a deep impression on O'Neill, and in later years he would draw on these experiences when creating his characters. Frail health was a recurring problem: tropical fever sent him home from his 1909 gold-prospecting trip, and in 1912 he entered a sanatorium to be treated for tuberculosis. During his recuperation, O'Neill read voraciously. His reading ranged across the whole Western dramatic canon, but he devoted special attention to Ibsen, Wedekind, and above all, Strindberg. He began to write in earnest, working on one-acts, full-length plays, and poetry. In 1916, Eugene O'Neill became involved with the people who would found the Provincetown Players. The Provincetown Players became vital to the start of O'Neill's career. The relationship was perfect: O'Neill got a venue for his plays, and gained valuable experience watching his plays acted out onstage. The company got a brilliant young playwright.

5. O'Neill, Eugene Definition Of O'Neill, Eugene In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
O'Neill, Eugene (Gladstone) (born Oct. 16, 1888, New York, N.Y., U.S.—died Nov. 27, 1953, Boston, Mass.) U.S. playwright. The son of a touring actor, he spent an itinerant youth'Neill, Eugene

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Genre Play (176 pp.) Keywords Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Family Relationships, Illness and the Family, Tuberculosis Summary A theatre classic about a dysfunctional family

7. O'Neill, Eugene
Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (October 16, 1888 – November 27, 1953) was a Nobel and Pulitzer Prizewinning American playwright. More than any other dramatist, O'Neill introduced the'Neill
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Boston, Massachusetts Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (October 16, 1888 – November 27, 1953) was a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize -winning American playwright. More than any other dramatist, O'Neill introduced the dramatic Realism pioneered by the European playwrights Anton Chekhov Henrik Ibsen , and August Strindberg into American theater. O'Neill was also famous for the bleak and tragic tone of his plays, which persistently examine the crushed hopes and dreams of the underprivileged. O'Neill's plays are tragic, but in a new, modern sense of the term. Ancient tragedy depicted noble characters who nonetheless suffered from a tragic flaw. In the realistic theater of O'Neill and other modern dramatists, the characters possess little nobility—they are ordinary people, not of the type of King Oedipus—and are deeply flawed. Yet, for brief moments they are able to transcend their weaknesses to commit acts of "small" heroism and self-sacrifice. With the equalization of society that takes place in modernity, as each individual life becomes more important, less significance is ascribed to the grand hero who represents the whole society (Nietzsche bemoaned this democratic attitude). The other strand in O'Neil's plays is a sense of hopeless despair rooted in the loss of meaning in the modern world. Without a clear sense of meaning and purpose, in a world without the certainties of

8. O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone
O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone (1888–1953) US playwright. He is widely regarded as the greatest US dramatist. His plays, although tragic, are characterized by a downto-earth O'Neill

9. O'Neill, Eugene - Astro-Databank, Eugene O'Neill Horoscope, Born 16 October
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Jump to: navigation search Eugene O'Neill natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Eugene O'Neill Name O'Neill, Eugene Gender : M Birthname O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone born on 16 October 1888 at 01:30 (= 01:30 AM ) Place New York NY, USA, Timezone EST h5w (is standard time) Data source Conflicting/unverified Rodden Rating DD Astrology data Asc. add Eugene O'Neill to 'my astro'
American writer, a noted journalist and playwright, he won the Pulitzer Prize four times: "Beyond the Horizon," 1920, "Anna Christie," 1922, "Strange Interlude," 1928 and "Long Day's Journey Into Night," 1957. The youngest son of Mary Ella Quinlan and actor James O'Neill, Eugene had, before the age of 26, worked as a sailor, an actor and a reporter, basing his life among the bums on waterfronts around the world. By 1950, his career was over. His elder son had committed suicide, and O'Neill could no longer hold a pencil in palsied hands; even his legs and feet were afflicted by the tremor. When he died on 11/27/1953 in Boston, MA, he weighed only 84 lbs. Link to Wikipedia biography
  • Death, Cause unspecified 27 November 1953 (Age 65)

10. Eugene O'Neill: Poems
An index of poems by Eugene O'Neill. RELATED WEBSITES. Anna Christie Complete e-text of the play by O'Neill.

11. Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953)
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Eugene O'Neill Born October 16, 1888 in a hotel then situated at Broadway and Forty-third Street in New York City, Eugene O'Neill was the son of James O'Neill, one of America's most popular actors from the 1880s until World War I. The first seven years of Eugene's life were spent travelling the country with his father who had given up his career as a shakespearean actor to tour in a less satisfying but highly profitable play called Monte Cristo . Eugene's violent reaction to everything conventional in the theatre may have been related to his intimate association with this play. Ibsen Wedekind and Strindberg "especially Strindberg" he would later confess. He then turned his hand to playwriting, quickly churning out eleven one-act plays and two full-lengths, not to mention a bit of poetry. Then, in 1916, O'Neill met at Provincetown, Massachusetts, the group which was founding the Provincetown Players, including Susan Glaspell and Robert Edmond Jones. Shortly thereafter, the group produced O'Neill's one-act play Bound East for Cardiff in Mary Heaton Vorse's Wharf Theatre at Provincetown. Other short pieces followed at the playhouse on MacDougal Street, and soon O'Neill's plays became the mainstay of this experimental group. It was a marriage made in Heaven. O'Neill got a theatre company which would produce his plays, and the company got a playwright who wouldmore than any other single authorprovide it with the fuel to revolutionize the American Theatre.

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13. Eugene O'Neill | Playwright
Click here to purchase this Hardcover edition of The Cambridge Companion to Eugene O'Neill Eugene O'Neill Beyond Mourning and Tragedy Author by Stephen A. Black
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in spite of my scars, I am tickled to death at life! Eugene (Gladstone) O'Neill was born in a Broadway hotel room in New York City on October 16, 1888. O'Neill won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1936, and Pulitzer Prizes for four of his plays: Beyond the Horizon (1920); Anna Christie (1922); Strange Interlude (1928); and Long Day's Journey Into Night (1957). O'Neill is credited with raising American dramatic theater from its narrow origins to an art form respected around the world. He is regarded as America's premier playwright.
O'Neill's father, James O'Neill, was one of 19th Century America's most popular actors. Young Eugene spent much of his early years on national tours with his father. In 1906 he entered Princeton University but was soon expelled. In 1909 he married, had a son, and was divorced within three years. By 1912, O'Neill had worked as a gold prospector in Honduras, as a seaman, and had become a regular at New York City's flophouses and cheap saloons. That year he became ill with tuberculosis, and was inspired to become a playwright while reading during his recovery.
O'Neill's career as a playwright consisted of three periods. His early

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18. O'Neill (Eugene) The Hairy Ape
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