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Ah, Wilderness!

Adler, Jacob H. ‘The worth of Ah, Wilderness!.’ Modern Drama 3 1960 280-88 [M231] 

Alexander, Doris M. Eugene O’Neill’s creative struggle: the decisive decade, 1924-1933. Univ. Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1992, 171-88: ‘Ah, Wilderness!’ 

Berlin, Normand. Eugene O’Neill. London: Macmillan, 1982, 118-22

-----. O’Neill’s Shakespeare. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Pr., 1993, 115-29 

Bermel, Albert. ‘O’Neill’s funny valentine.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 12 ii 1988 18-22 [S9]

Bogard, Travis. Contour in time: the plays of Eugene O’Neill. Rev. ed. NY: Oxford UP, 1988, 354-62

Bowling, Charis C. ‘The touch of poetry: a study of the role of poetry in three O’Neill plays.’ CLA Journal 12 1968 43-55 [M164]

Combs, Robert. ‘Bohemians on the bookcase: quotations in Long Day’s Journey Into Night and Ah, Wilderness!.’ Eugene O’Neill Review 33 2012 1-13

Cronin, Harry C. Eugene O’Neill, Irish and American: a study in  cultural context. NY: Arno, 1976, 90-98

Engel, Edwin A. The haunted heroes of Eugene O’Neill. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1953, 270-77: ‘The jolly Millers’

Fisher, James. ‘The man who owned Broadway: George M. Cohan’s triumph in Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness.’ Eugene O’Neill Review 23 1999 98-126

Floyd, Virginia. The plays of Eugene O’Neill: a new assessment. NY: Ungar, 1985, 421-34

Frank, Glenda. ‘Fun house mirrors: the Neil Simon-Eugene O’Neill dialogue.’ Pp 109-26 in Gary Konas, ed. Neil Simon: a casebook. NY: Garland, 1997 [S93]

Frebel, Peter. ‘Ah, Wilderness!.’ Pp 142-47 in Werner Hüllen et al., eds. Zeitgenössische amerikanische Dichtung: eine Einführung in die amerikanische Literaturbetrachtung mit Texten und Interpretationen. Frankfurt: Hirschgraben, 1969

Freedman, Morris. American drama in social context. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1971, 15-28: ‘O’Neill’s moral energy’ (from ‘O’Neill and contemporary drama.’ College English 23 1962 570-74 [M181])

Gelb, Arthur, & Barbara Gelb. O’Neill: life with Monte Cristo. NY: Applause Books, 2000, 190-98 and see index

Going, William  T. ‘O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness.’ Explicator 29 1970 item 28 [M232]

Heginbotham, Eleanor. ‘Living with it: the comic valedictories of Faulkner and O’Neill, Ah, Wilderness! and The Reivers.’ Studies in American Fiction 28 i 2000 101-12

Herron, Ima H. The small town in American drama. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist UP, 1968, 272-337: ‘O’Neill’s lost townsmen’ (16-21 on the play) (from ‘O’Neill’s “comedy of recollection”: a nostalgic dramatization of “the real America.”’ CEA Critic 30 Jan 1968 16-18 [M232])

Ikeuchi, Yasuko. ‘Ah, Wilderness! and Desire Under the Elms in Japan.’ Recorder 3 i 1989 105-14 [S35]; ‘Two popular O’Neill plays staged in Japan: Ah, Wilderness! and Desire Under the Elms.’ Pp 255-64 in Liu [S101]

Kimbel, Ellen. ‘Eugene O’Neill as social historian: manners and morals in Ah, Wilderness!.’ Pp 137-45 in Martine [S102]

Kirchner, Gustav. ‘Das Lustspiel O’Neills: Ah, Wilderness!.’ Neueren Sprachen 10 1952 1-10; repr. on pp 168-76 in Hans Itschert, ed. Das amerikanische Drama von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1972

Langner, Lawrence. The magic curtain. NY: Dutton, 1951, 275-87: ‘O’Neill, Ah, Wilderness! and Days Without End’ [M132]

Lewis, Ward B. Eugene O’Neill: the German reception of America’s first dramatist. NY: Lang, 1984, 95-102

Lucow, Ben. ‘O’Neill’s use of realism  in Ah, Wilderness!.’ Notes on Modern American Literature 1 1977 item 10 [S40]

Manheim, Michael. Eugene O’Neill’s new language of  kinship. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP, 1982, 101-05

Miliora, Maria T. Narcissism, the family, and  madness: a self-psychological study of Eugene O’Neill and his plays. NY: Lang, 2000, 62-66

Miller, Jordan Y. ‘The Georgia plays of Eugene O’Neill.’ Georgia Review 12 1958 278-90 [M196] (the play and Days Without End)

Orlandello, John. O’Neill on film. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1982, 66-88: ‘Ah, Wilderness! (1935) and Summer Holiday (1948)’

Pfister, Joel. Staging depth: Eugene O’Neill and the politics of psychological discourse. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Pr., 1995, 168-82: ‘Ah, Wilderness! and the reproduction of the middle class’

Raleigh, John H. The plays of Eugene O’Neill. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1965, 77-83 and see index

Sanchez, Aurélie. ‘The impossible representation of an ideal America in Ah, Wilderness!.’ Pp 140-54 in Bloom 3

Schiavi, Michael R. ‘Eugene O’Neill’s “new men” and theatrical possibility: Strange Interlude and Ah, Wilderness!.’ Journal of American Drama and Theatre 12 i 2000 53-73

Shafer, Yvonne. Performing O’Neill: conversations with actors and directors. NY: St. Martin’s Pr., 2001, 52-57, 205-08

Shaughnessy, Edward L. ‘A Connecticut Yankee in the wilderness: the sterner stuff of O’Neill’s comedy.’ Recorder 3 ii 1989 89-99 [S59]

-----. Down  the nights and down the days: Eugene O’Neill’s Catholic sensibility. Notre Dame, IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Pr., 1996, 116-26

Shawcross, John T. ‘The road to ruin: the beginnings of O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey.’ Modern Drama 3 1960 289-96 [M232]

Snyder, Phillip A. ‘A wanderer’s tether: the meaning of home in O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness! and Long Day’s Journey Into Night.’ Encyclia: The Journal of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 57 1980 103-09 [S63]

Tiusanen, Timo. O’Neill’s scenic images. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1968, 241-45: ‘A realistic “digression”: Ah, Wilderness!

Törnqvist, Egil. A drama of souls: studies in O’Neill’s super-naturalistic technique. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1969, see index

Van Laan, Thomas F. ‘Singing in the wilderness: the dark vision of Eugene O’Neill’s only mature comedy.’ Modern Drama 22 1979 9-18 [S66]; repr. on pp 152-60 in Houchin

Wainscott, Ronald H. Staging O’Neill: the experimental years, 1920-1934. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1988, 269-75

Watkinson, Sharon O. ‘Two journeys to Wilderness.’ Eugene O’Neill Review 24 2000 73-80 (two current productions)

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