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Psychological and Autobiographical Drama

Cargill, Oscar. Intellectual America: ideas on the march. NY: Macmillan, 1941, 685-720: ‘The Freudians’ [M112]

Chothia, Jean. ‘Trying to write the family play: autobiography and the dramatic imagination.’ Pp 192-205 in Manheim [S84]

Grossman, Jan. ‘Autobiografický motiv v díle Eugena O’Neilla: náčrt studie.’ Divadlo 8 1957 655-62

Karim, Asim, & Nasim Riaz. ‘Creativity, psychoanalysis and Eugene O’Neill’s creative process.’ k@ta 13 2011 236-48

-----. ‘Ethical crises in O’Neill’s modern theatre: some dimensions.’ Arts & Social Sciences Journal 2011 (annual) np. (Pakistani view of O’Neill’s abandonment of Catholicism for Schopenhauer, Nietzshe, and Freud)

King, William D. ‘O’Neill and autobiography.’ Pp 205-21 in Bloom 3

Miliora, Maria T. Narcissism, the family, and  madness: a self-psychological study of Eugene O’Neill and his plays. NY: Lang, 2000. 175 pp

Nethercot, Arthur H. ‘Madness in the plays of Eugene O’Neill.’ Modern Drama 18 1975 259-79 [S48]

-----. ‘The psychoanalyzing of Eugene O’Neill.’ Modern Drama 3 1960 242-56 [M200]; ‘The psychoanalyzing of Eugene O’Neill: postscript.’ Modern Drama 8 1965 150-55 [M200]; ‘The psychoanalyzing of Eugene O’Neill: P.P.S.’ Modern Drama 16 1973 35-48 [S48]

Rothenberg, Albert. ‘Autobiographical drama: Strindberg and O’Neill.’ Literature and Psychology 17 ii-iii 1967 95-114 [M206]

Sievers, W. David. Freud on Broadway: a history of psychoanalysis and the American  drama. NY: Hermitage House, 1955, 97-133: ‘Freud, Jung, and O’Neill’ [M148]

Weissman, Philip. Creativity in the theatre: a psychoanalytical study. NY: Basic Books, 1965, 113-45: ‘O’Neill’s conscious and unconscious autobiographical dramas’ [M154] (incorporates ‘Conscious and unconscious autobiography in the drama of Eugene O’Neill.’ Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 5 1957 432-60)

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