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Complete Plays (1988)

Call Number 812.52/O'NEILL,E v.3 1932-1943

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Adult Nonfiction812.52/O'NEILL,E v.3 1932-1943Available
Published: New York, N.Y. : Literary Classics of the United States : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. and Canada by the Viking Press, c1988
Series: Library of America
Description:  3 v. ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0940450488 (v. 1 : alk. paper) :,
Language:  English

"Travis Bogard wrote the notes and selected the texts for this volume"--5th prelim. p., v. 1-3

[1] 1913-1920: A wife for life. The web. Thirst. Recklessness. Warnings. Fog. Bread and butter. Bound east for Cardiff. Abortion. The movie man. Servitude. The sniper. The personal equation. Before breakfast. Now I ask you. In the zone. Ile. The long voyage home. The moon of the Caribbees. The rope. Beyond the horizon. Shell shock. The dreamy kid. Where the cross is made. The straw. Chris Christophersen. Gold. Anna Christie. The Emperor Jones -- [2] 1920-1931: Diff'rent. The first man. The hairy ape. The fountain. Welded. All God's chillun got wings. Desire under the elms. Marco Millions. The great god Brown. Lazarus laughed. Strange interlude. Dynamo. Mourning becomes Electra -- [3] 1932-1943: Ah, wilderness. Days without end. A touch of the poet. More stately mansions. The iceman cometh. Long day's journey into night. Hughie. A moon for the misbegotten. Appendix: Tomorrow

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