A TALE OF THE HOUSE OF O'NEILL
 
By CROSWELL BOWEN
with the assistance of Shane O'Neill

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959

About Croswell Bowen (1905-1971)

Preface

Acknowledgments

prologue: Homecoming

i: The Count and the Convent Girl

ii: The Early Years

iii: The First Marriage and Divorce

iv: Before the Mast

v: New London, 1912: the "Long Day"

vi: "Hill Farm" Sanatorium

vii: "Second Birth": the Earliest Plays

viii: The Hell Hole and the Wharf

ix: O'Neill and the War

x: The Second Marriage

xi: Death of the Count

xii: Portrait in Mid-Career

xiii: O'Neill as a Family Man

xiv: The Country Squire

xv: Flight from Himself

xvi: Interlude in Manhattan

xvii: The Exile

xviii: The Rejected Family

xix: The Mandarin in the French Château

xx: Father and Sons

xxi: The "Blessed Isle"

xxii: The Curse and the Pattern

xxiii: The Pattern Continued

xxiv: "The Right Way of Life"

xxv: Kismet in the Valley of the Moon

xxvi: The Curse of the Misbegotten

xxvii: Exit Oona

xxviii: Return to the City

xxix: Past and Present: The Iceman Cometh

xxx: The Last Play: A Moon for the Misbegotten

xxxi. Shane's Pipe Dreams

xxxii: The Vultures in Full Flight

xxxiii: Death of the O'Neill

epilogue: The Haunted

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