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The Calms of Capricorn

(See also “A Tale of Possessors Self-Dispossessed”)

Bower, Martha G. Eugene O’Neill’s unfinished threnody and process of invention in four cycle plays. NY: Edwin Mellen Pr., 1992, 87-109

Egri, Péter. ‘Beneath The Calms of Capricorn: O’Neill’s adoption and naturalization of European models.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 7 ii 1983 6-17 [S21]; ‘Plays in the drama: the adoption and naturalization of European dramatic models in Eugene O’Neill’s The Calms of Capricorn.’ Annales, Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae: Sectio Philologica Moderna 16 1985 55-68

-----. The birth of American tragedy. Budapest: Tankönyvkiadó, 1988, 140-50: ‘Alienation and dramatic form: the novel, the lyric and the short story in the drama, 6: . . . The Calms of Capricorn

Floyd, Virginia. The plays of Eugene O’Neill: a new assessment. NY: Ungar, 1985, 377-80, 436-40, 480-97

Jackson, Esther M. ‘Dramatic form  in Eugene O’Neill’s The Calms of Capricorn.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 12 iii 1988 35-42 [S35]

Porter, Laurin R. The banished prince: time, memory, and ritual in the late plays of Eugene O’Neill. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Pr., 1988, 49-61: ‘The Calms of Capricorn: race against time’

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