Eugene o'neill

Explore the fascinating life and powerful works of Eugene O'Neill, one of the most influential playwrights in American theater history. Discover his unique storytelling style and delve into the depths of his characters and themes.
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Eugene O’Neill was born in a trunk, or pretty close to one, in a cheap theatrical hotel right on Times Square in New York City on October 16, 1888. His father was James O’Neill, an Irish born actor who had early success as a matinee idol leading man, but settled into staring in an adaptation of the Count of Monte Cristo in more the 6000 performances on stages great and small. He was constantly on tour, except for an annual summer hiatus at Monte Cristo House, a comfortable summer cottage he…

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from Long Day's Journey Into Night. Eugene O'Neill fled his dysfunctional family by going to sea, but then tuberculosis landed him in a sanatorium. At 24, O'Neill began writing plays. Into such tragedies as The Iceman Cometh and Long Day's Journey into Night, he poured his personal anguish; they earned him a 1936 Nobel and revolutionized American drama. Writers And Poets, Theatre Quotes, People, Ink, Art, Inspiration, Favorite Authors, Tellers, Writer Quotes

from Long Day's Journey Into Night. Eugene O'Neill fled his dysfunctional family by going to sea, but then tuberculosis landed him in a sanatorium. At 24, O'Neill began writing plays. Into such tragedies as The Iceman Cometh and Long Day's Journey into Night, he poured his personal anguish; they earned him a 1936 Nobel and revolutionized American drama.

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Eugene O’Neill, foremost American dramatist and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1936. His masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey into Night (produced posthumously in 1956), is at the apex of a long string of great plays, including Beyond the Horizon (1920), Ah! Wilderness (1933), and The Iceman Cometh (1946).

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