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O’Neill and Ibsen

Arestad, Sverre. ‘The Iceman Cometh and The Wild Duck.’ Scandinavian Studies 20 1948 1-11 [M349]

Bajma Griga, Stefano. La crisi dell’American dream: per una rilettura del teatro borghese di Eugene O’Neill. Turin: Tirrenia, 1987, 11-36: ‘Un piccolo Borkman a caccia di balene’ (on Ile;  translated as ‘A small Borkman hunting for a whale.’ Pp 97-111 in Knut Brynhildsvoll et al., eds. Ibsenian lessons: a Festschrift for Roberto Alonzo. Turin: Università degli Studi di Torino, 2002)

Ellis, Ted R. ‘The materialization of Ghosts in Strange Interlude.’ American Notes and Queries 19 1981 110-14 [S23]

Fjelde, Rolf. ‘Eugene O’Neill and Henrik Ibsen: struggle, fate, freedom.’ Theater Three 5 1988 67-74 [S24]

-----. ‘Structures of forgiveness: the endings of A Moon for the Misbegotten and Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.’ Pp 51-57 in Liu [S91]

Fleisher, Frederic. ‘Livslognen hos O’Neill—og Vildanden.’ Vinduet 10 1956 154-59

Frenz, Horst. ‘Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under the Elms and Henrik Ibsen’s Rosmersholm.’ Jahrbüch für Amerikastudien 9 1964 160-65

Fuchs, Elinor. ‘O’Neill’s Poet: touched by Ibsen.’ Educational Theatre Journal 30 1978 513-16 [S26] (links to The Wild Duck)

Griffin, Ernest G. ‘Ibsen e il giovane O’Neill.’ Pp 178-85 in Alla origine della dramaturgia moderna: Ibsen, Strindberg, Pirandello: atti de convegno internazionale, Torino . . . 1985. Genoa: Costa & Nolan, 1987

Köhler, Klaus. Die Antiheld bei Eugene O’Neill und seine Vorformen im europäischen Drama seit Henrik Ibsen. Dresden: Progressmedia, 1998. 149 pp; translated as Eugene O’Neill’s antiheroes and their major precursors from late nineteenth to early twentieth century European drama. Dresden: Progressmedia, 2003. 187 pp (introductory)

Lecky, Eleazer. ‘ Ghosts and Mourning Becomes Electra: two versions of fate.’ Arizona Quarterly 13 1957 320-38 [M421]

Maeland, Odd M. ‘The echo of Ibsen’s Ghosts in O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night.’ Pp 130-35 in Sven H. Rossel & Birgitta Steene, eds. Scandinavian literature in a transcultural context: papers from  the XV IASS conference, University of Washington . . . 1984. Seattle: Univ. of Washington, 1986

Neu, Jerome. ‘Life-lies and pipe dreams: self-deception in Ibsen’s The Wild Duck and O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh.’ Philosophical Forum 19 1988 241-69 [S48]

Oliver, Roger W. ‘Bergman’s trilogy: tradition and innovation.’ Performing Arts Journal 40 1992 75-86 [S49] (Long Day’s Journey Into Night, [Strindberg’s] Miss Julie, and  A Doll House)

Shafer, Yvonne. ‘In Ibsen’s back room: related patterns in The Iceman Cometh and The Wild Duck.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 12 iii 1988 8-14 [S59]

Törnqvist, Egil. Eugene O’Neill: a playwright’s theatre. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2003, 55-66: ‘Ibsen’ (part from ‘Ibsen and O’Neill: a study in influence.’ Scandinavian Studies 37 1965 211-35 [M211])

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