of plays listed here were chosen on the grounds of accessibility.
Often the most available scripts are in anthologies or collections
commonly found on most library shelves. Where possible, I have cited
widely available paperback versions. However, for some plays, the
first edition is the only one.
Maxwell, and Laurence Stallings. What
Price Glory? Famous Plays of the 1920's. Ed. Kenneth Macgowan. New
York: Dell, 1959. 53-129.
George Pierce. Dramatic
Technique. New York: Houghton Mifflin, c1919.
Judith. Final Acts. Athens: Georgia U P, 1985.
ed. Plays by American Women 1900-1930. New York: Applause, 1985.
Philip. Holiday. Famous Plays of the
1920's. Ed. Kenneth Macgowan. New York, Dell, 1959. 419-511.
David. Six Plays. Boston: Little, Brown, 1928.
Eric. "Trying to Like O'Neill." In
Search of Theatre. New York: Alfred Knopf, 1952.
Stephen, Eugene O’Neill, Beyond Mourning and Tragedy, Yale U. P. 1999.
Stephen F. "Empty Bottles, Empty Dreams: O'Neill's Use of
Drinking in Long Day's Journey Into Night." Critical Essays on Eugene O'Neill. Ed. James J. Martine. Boston: G.
K. Hall, 1985. 155-177.
Rev. of Long Day's Journey Into Night.
Eugene O'Neill Newsletter 10 (Summer-Fall 1986): 33-39.
Travis. "Anna Christie:
Her Fall and Rise." O'Neill:
A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall,
Contour in Time. New York: Oxford U P, 1972.
ed. Introduction. The Later
Plays of Eugene O'Neill. New York: Random House, c1967. vi-xxxii.
Heywood. Rev. of "Emperor Jones." New York Herald
Tribune. November 4, 1920. Rptd. in O'Neill and His Plays. Eds. Oscar Cargill, N. Bryllion Fagin, and
William J. Fisher. New York: New York U P. 145-146.
Jackson, ed. The Theatre We
Worked For: The Letters of Eugene O'Neill to Kenneth Macgowan. New
Haven: Yale U P, c1962.
Anton. The Cherry Orchard. Four Plays.
Trans. David Magarshack. New York: Hill & Wang, 1969.
Jean. Forging a Language. New York: Cambridge U P, c1979.
Ruby. Dialogue in American Drama. Bloomington: Indiana U P, c1971.
(Edward) Gordon. Henry Irving.
New York: Longmans, Green, 1930.
Philip and George Abbott. Broadway.
New York: George H. Doran, c1927.
Kier. The Semiotics of the Drama. New York: Methuen, 1980.
Charles. The Count of Monte
Cristo. America's Lost Plays.
20 vols. Princeton: Princeton U P, 1941. vol. 16.
B. S. Jr. "Concrete Images of the Vague in the plays of Eugene
O'Neill," Critical Essays on Eugene O'Neill. James J. Martine, ed. Boston: G.
K. Hall, 1985. pp. 188-196
Arthur and Barbara Gelb. O'Neill.
New York: Harper, 1962. (1985): 609-617.
Susan. Plays. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1920.
Ben, and Charles MacArthur. Front
Page. 1928. New York: Samuel French, 1955.
Sidney. They Knew What They Wanted.
Famous Plays of the 1920's. Ed. Kenneth Macgowan. New York: Dell,
c1959. 131- 206.
Langston. Big Sea. 1940.
London: Pluto Press. 1986.
Henrik. Works. Trans., ed. James W. MacFarlane. New York: Oxford U P, 1960.
George and Marc Connelly, Beggar
on Horseback. New York: Boni and Liveright, c1924.
George. The Torch-bearers. New York: Samuel French, 1948.
Leopold. The Bells. New York: Samuel French, n.d.
Kenneth. Introduction. Famous
Plays of the 1920's. New York: Dell, c1959. 7-28.
Michael. Eugene O'Neill's New
Language of Kinship. Syracuse: Syracuse U P, 1982.
"O'Neill's Transcendence of Melodrama in A
Touch of the Poet and A Moon for the Misbegotten." Comparative
Drama 16 (Fall 1982): 238-250.
"The Transcendence of Melodrama in O'Neill's The
Iceman Cometh." Critical
Essays on Eugene O'Neill. Ed. James J. Martine. Boston: G. K. Hall,
Joseph J. "Eugene O'Neill and the Cruelty of Theatre." Critical
Approaches to O'Neill. Ed. John. H. Stroupe. New York: AMS Press,
Elder. The Theory of Comedy. Bloomington: Indiana U P, c1968.
Eugene. Days without End. New York: Random House, 1934.
Dynamo. New York: Horace Liveright, 1929.
The Iceman Cometh. New York: Random House, 1957.
The Later Plays of Eugene O'Neill. Ed. Travis Bogard. New York:
Random House, c1968.
Letter, MSTHr 18.2 99 ALS to Agnes Boulton, Jan. 28, 1919. Harvard
Theatre Collection. Pusey Library
Long Day's Journey Into Night. New Haven: Yale U P, 1956.
Nine Plays. New York: Random House, 1934.
Plays: Beyond the Horizon, Straw, Before Breakfast. New York:
Three Plays. Desire Under the
Elms. "The Hairy
Ape". Welded. New
York: Boni and Liveright, 1925.
Three Plays of Eugene O'Neill. Desire
Under the Elms. Strange
Interlude. Mourning Becomes
Electra. 1959. New York: Random House, 1973.
Arthur Wing. The Princess and the
Butterfly. London: William Heineman, 1903.
Giacomo. La Fanciulla del West.
New York: Ricordi, c1970.
Madama Butterfly. Trans. Stanley Appelbaum. New York: Dover, 1983.
John Henry. "Eugene O'Neill and the Escape from the Chateau d'If."
O'Neill, a Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. John Gassner.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, c1964. 7-22.
J. Russel. An O'Neill Concordance.
Detroit: Gale Research, c1969.
Elmer. Counsellor-at-Law. New York: S. French, 1931.
The Adding Machine. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1923.
Street Scene. Famous Plays of
the 1920's. Ed. Kenneth Macgowan. New York: Dell, 1959. 309-415.
Robert K. "Nina Moise Directs The
Rope." Eugene O'Neill
Newsletter 8 (Winter 1982): 9-12.
Louis. O'Neill. Son and Artist. Boston: Little, Brown, 1973.
O'Neill. Son and Playwright. Boston: Little, Brown, c1968.
Irwin. Bury the Dead. New Theatre
& Film, 1934-1937. Ed. Herbert Kline. San Diego: Harcourt,
Brace, Jovanich, c1985.
Wendy, “Eugene O’Neill, Beyond Mourning and Tragedy,” Washington Post
January 16, 2000, cited in <www.eoneill.com>
R. C. Journey's End. New York: Brentano's, 1929.
Sophie. Machinal. in Judith
Barlow, ed. Plays by American
Women 1900-1930. See above.
Lionel. Introduction. Three Plays.
By Eugene O'Neill. New York: Modern Library, c1937. vii-xix.
Paul. "O'Neill and American Drama at the 1984 ATA Convention: A
Report." Eugene O'Neill Newsletter 8 (Winter 1984): 41-42.
George Manker and Arthur Hopkins. Burlesque.
New York: Samuel French, 1935.
Maurine. Chicago. New York:
Alfred Knopf, 1927.
Frederick C. Rev. of Strange
Interlude. Eugene O'Neill Newsletter 9 (Spring 1985): 46-49.
Woollcott, Alexander. Rev. of Beyond the Horizon. New York Times (February 8, 1920). Rptd. in O'Neill and his Plays. Eds. Oscar Cargill, N. Bryllion Fagin, and William J. Fisher. New York: New York U. P., 1961. 135-139.
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