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O'Neill, Eugene 1888-1953

Overview
Works: 2,726 works in 8,507 publications in 25 languages and 223,467 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Biography  Domestic drama  History  Fictional autobiographies  Tragedies (Drama)  Autobiographical drama  Pictorial works  Portraits 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, Bibliographic antecedent, Illustrator, Honoree, Librettist, Contributor, Lyricist, Creator, Performer, Correspondent
Classifications: PS3529.N5, 812.52
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Publications about Eugene O'Neill
Publications by Eugene O'Neill
Publications by Eugene O'Neill, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Eugene O'Neill
 
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Most widely held works by Eugene O'Neill
Long day's journey into night by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
340 editions published between 1940 and 2016 in 18 languages and held by 3,871 libraries worldwide
Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Long Day's Journey Into Night, written in 1940 and released in 1956 after the playwright's death, is now available in a newly designed edition. In this play, O'Neill turned to the lonliest and most entangle of subjects: an unflinching portrayal, in a time of acute psychological stress, of himself and of those closest to him. It is a somber and moving drama, and its writing was an act of magnificent courage. Since its premiere in Sweden in 1956, it has been performed all over the world on stage, screen, and television, and over a million copies of the book have been printed and sold
The iceman cometh : a play by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
151 editions published between 1940 and 2006 in English and Undetermined and held by 3,757 libraries worldwide
A play about people who have been battered by life, who have done shocking things according to glib, conventional standards of respectability
Nine plays by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
65 editions published between 1921 and 1993 in English and Undetermined and held by 3,041 libraries worldwide
Emperor Jones takes place on an island in the West Indies. The form of native government is, for the time being, an Empire. The Hair Ape is a comedy of ancient and modern life. Mourning becomes Electra is a trilogy of the American Civil War
Complete plays, 1913-1943 by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
15 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 2,772 libraries worldwide
A wire for Live, the Web, thirst, recklessness, warnings, fog, bread and butter, Bound East for Cardiff, aAbortion, the movie man, servitude, the sniper, the personal eqauation, before breakfast, now I ask you, in the zone, ile, the long voyage home, the moon of the caribbees, the robe, beyond the horizon, shell shock, the dreamy kid, where the cross is made, the straw, Chris Christophersen, gold, anna Christie, and the Emperor Jones
A moon for the misbegotten, a play in four acts by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
69 editions published between 1943 and 2006 in English and Spanish and held by 2,574 libraries worldwide
Josie, a towering woman with a quick tongue and a ruined reputation lives in a dilapidated Connecticut farmhouse with her conniving father. Together, they're a formidable force as they scrape together a livelihood. But Josie's softer side is exposed through her love of Jim Tyrone, her father's drinking buddy - a third-rate actor whose dreams of stardom were washed away by alcohol. The companion pieces are "Long Day's Journey" and "The Iceman Cometh"
A touch of the poet; [play by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
94 editions published between 1946 and 2004 in 5 languages and held by 2,538 libraries worldwide
Truculent, hard drinking, pretentious Irish immigrant in Massachusetts stands in the way of his daughter's marriage to an American. Irish dialect, 4 acts, 7 men, 3 women, 1 interior
Ah, wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
89 editions published between 1933 and 2012 in 7 languages and held by 2,316 libraries worldwide
In "Beyond the horizon" O'Neill crafted a tale of missed opportunities and failed dreams, involving two brothers. Robert, a poetic but sickly dreamer, wants to go to sea to strengthen his health and see the world. His brother, Andrew, is a born farmer who wants nothing more than to work on his family's farm. Because they love the same woman, both brothers choose to go against their natures. Robert stays on the farm, and Andrew goes to sea
The Emperor Jones, Anna Christie, the hairy ape by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
48 editions published between 1937 and 2014 in English and held by 2,201 libraries worldwide
These three early plays established O'Neills reputation as an important American playwright
More stately mansions by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
58 editions published between 1964 and 1995 in 3 languages and held by 2,118 libraries worldwide
Describes an American family in Boston between 1832-1841
Mourning becomes Electra : a trilogy by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
222 editions published between 1930 and 2013 in 10 languages and held by 1,949 libraries worldwide
A classic American drama of love, revenge, murder and suicide set against the backdrop of a small New England town in the post-Civil War era
A play : Strange interlude by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
145 editions published between 1927 and 2009 in 9 languages and held by 1,944 libraries worldwide
The plot centers on Nina Leeds, the daughter of an Ivy League professor, who is devastated when her adored fiancé is killed in World War I, before they have a chance to consummate their passion. Ignoring the unconditional love of the novelist Charles Marsden, Nina embarks on a series of sordid affairs before determining to marry an amiable fool, Sam Evans. While Nina is pregnant with Sam's child, she learns a horrifying secret known only to Sam's mother: insanity runs in the Evans family and could be inherited by any child of Sam's. Realizing that a child is essential to her own and to Sam's happiness, Nina decides on a "scientific" solution. She will abort Sam's child and conceive a child with the physician Ned Darrell, letting Sam believe that it is his. The plan backfires when Nina and Ned's intimacy leads to their falling passionately in love. Twenty years later, Sam's "son" Gordon Evans is approaching manhood, with only Nina and Ned aware of the boy's true parentage. The meaning of the title is suggested by the aging Nina in a speech near the end of the play: "Our lives are strange dark interludes in the electrical display of God the Father!"--Wikipedia.com
Selected plays of Eugene O'Neill by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
23 editions published between 1940 and 1979 in English and held by 1,837 libraries worldwide
Brings together the eight important works upon which the playwright's fame rests
Ten "lost" plays by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
24 editions published between 1964 and 1995 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,487 libraries worldwide
The long voyage home; seven plays of the sea by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
37 editions published between 1923 and 1994 in 3 languages and held by 1,423 libraries worldwide
Plays : Anna Christie; All Gods chillun got wings; Diff'rent by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
52 editions published between 1920 and 1970 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,309 libraries worldwide
Hughie by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
41 editions published between 1900 and 2008 in 7 languages and held by 1,285 libraries worldwide
Only two actors appear on stage. Hughie, the third and most important one, is dead. It is his innocence, gullibility, and need to believe in a far more exciting existence than he ever knew that gives purpose to the shabby lives of the two who remain
Three plays of Eugene O'Neill by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
33 editions published between 1924 and 1973 in English and held by 1,156 libraries worldwide
Nine plays by Eugene O'Neill by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
13 editions published between 1932 and 1993 in English and held by 1,067 libraries worldwide
The settings range from a native-ruled island in the west Indies to a university town in New England, but the theme is universal--the eternal tragedy of man caught in passionate conflict between aspiration and frustration. O'Neill's plays explore man's continuing need to give the conflict of his life some meaning beyond itself, to find some justification for the importance which it has for him; the plays themselves are efforts to achieve a self-justifying dignity and grandeur
Contour in time; the plays of Eugene O'Neill by Travis Bogard( Book )
8 editions published between 1972 and 1988 in English and Undetermined and held by 806 libraries worldwide
Eugene O'Neill, one of America's most gifted and prolific playwrights, wrote more than 60 plays between 1914 and 1941, a level of creativity paralleled in modern times only by Bernard Shaw. The progress of his art from crude, one-act plays to the monumental tragedies of his later years is a story as dramatic and compelling as that of his tortured personal history. Combining the two, Professor Bogard traces the contours of O'Neill's life in his art. By discussing, in their approximate order of composition, the published and unpublished works, Bogard illuminates not only the plays, but also the literary, aesthetic, and historical influences on the playwright's development. For the revised edition of this insightful, meticulously written work, the author has added new and unpublished material on A Tale of Possessors, Self-dispossessed, a cycle of nine plays written by O'Neill during the 1930s and '40s, only one of which he readied for the stage. Among the plays in this cycle that have been posthumously produced are More Stately Mansions (New York, 1967) and A Touch of the Poet (New York, 1958)
Exorcism : a play in one act by Eugene O'Neill( Book )
10 editions published between 2012 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 332 libraries worldwide
"Shortly after the debut of Exorcism in 1920, Eugene O'Neill suddenly canceled production and ordered all extant copies of the drama destroyed. For over ninety years, it was believed that the play was irrevocably lost, until it was recently discovered that O'Neill's second wife had in fact retained a copy, which she later gave to the prolific screenwriter and producer Philip Yordan. In early 2011, Yordan's widow discovered the typescript of Exorcism—complete with edits in O'Neill's own hand—in her late husband's vast trove of papers. The discovery and publication of Exorcism, a relatively early play in the O'Neill corpus, furthers our knowledge of O'Neill's dramatic development and reveals a pivotal point in the career of this great American playwright."--Publisher description
 
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Alternative Names
Ao-ni-erh
Ao-ni-erh 1888-1953
Eugene Gladstone O'Neill drammaturgo statunitense
Eugene O’Neill
Eugene O’Neill amerikai drámaíró
Eugene O’Neill US-amerikanischer Dramatiker
Eugene O'Neill americký dramatik
Eugene O'Neill Amerikaans auteur
Eugene O'Neill Amerikano a dramaturgo
Eugene O'Neill dramaturgo estadounidense (1888-1953)
Eugenius O'Neill
Juçin O'Nil
Judžin O'Nil
Jūdžīns O'Nīls
O'Neĭllʹ, E.
O'Neill, E. 1888-1953
O'Neill, E. G. 1888-1953
O'Neill, Eugen 1888-1953
O'Neill Eugene
O'Neill, Eugene G.
O'Neill, Eugene G. 1888-1953
O'Neill, Eugene G. (Eugene Gladstone)
O'Neill, Eugene G. (Eugene Gladstone), 1888-1953
OʼNeill , Eugene Gladstone
O'Neill Eugene Gladstone 1888-1953
O'Neill Eugénio
O'Neill, Eugenio 1888-1953
O'Neill, Gioutzin 1888-1953
O'Nēl, Eugenios 1888-1953
O'Nil, I︠U︡dzhin Gladston
O'Nil, I︠U︡dzhin Gladston 1888-1953
O'nil, Judžin
O'Nil, Judžin 1888-1953
O'Nil', Ûdžin.
O'nil, Yug'in 1888-1953
Onil, Yujin 1888-1953
Oʼnil Yujin Gladstoun
O'Nīla, Yūjīna 1888-1953
O'Nill', Judžin
O'Nill', Judžin. [t]
Ūnīl, Yūǧīn 1888-1953
Ūnīl, Yūjīn 1888-1953
Yucin O'Nil
Ευγένιος Ο'Νηλ
О’Нил, Юджин американский драматург
О'Нейл Ю. Г
О'Нейл Ю. Г. 1888-1953
О'Нейлль Е
О'Нейлль Е. 1888-1953
О'Нейлль Э. Г
О'Нейлль Э. Г. 1888-1953
О'Нейлль Ю
О'Нейлль Ю. 1888-1953
О'Нейль Ю
О'Нейль Ю. 1888-1953
О'Нил, Юджин 1888-1953
О'Нил, Юджин Гладстон
О'Нил, Юджин Гладстон 1888-1953
О'Ниль Ю
О'Ниль Ю. 1888-1953
Юджийн О'Нийл
Юджин Гладстоун О'Ніл
Юджын Гладстан О'Ніл
Юджын О’Ніл
Юҷин О'Нил
Јуџин Гледстон О'Нил
Јуџин О'Нил
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או׳ניל, יוג׳ין
או׳ניל, יוג׳ין 1888־1953
אוניל
או'ניל, יוג'ין 1888-1953
יוג'ין או'ניל
שידלובסקי, לאון.
أوجين أونيل
يوجين أونيل، 1888-1953
ئەوگەنەئۆ 'نەلل
یوجین او نیل
یوجین اونیل
यूजीन ओ'नील
ਯੂਜੀਨ ਓਨੀਲ
ಯೂಗೀನ್ ಓ'ನೀಲ್
യൂജീൻ ഒ നീൽ
იუჯინ ო’ნილი
오니일, 유진 1888-1953
오닐, E. 1888-1953
오닐, 유진 1888-1953
오닐, 유진 G. 1888-1953
오닐, 유진 글래드스톤 1888-1953
오닐, 유진 클래드스턴 1888-1953
오우닐, 유진 1888-1953
유진 오닐
オニール, ユージン
オネイル, ユウヂイン
ユージン・オニール
ユージン・オニール アメリカ合衆国の劇作家
尤金·奥尼尔
尤金·歐尼爾
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German (131)
French (37)
Swedish (22)
Spanish (21)
Chinese (15)
Danish (8)
Turkish (7)
Czech (5)
Bengali (5)
Serbian (4)
Italian (3)
Russian (3)
Japanese (2)
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Greek, Modern [1453- ] (1)
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