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Eugene O'Neill at Work: Newly Released Ideas for Plays

Floyd, Virginia (ed)
New York: Ungar, 1981
First edition, with dust jacket


When Eugene O'Neill died in 1953feeling himself neglected in his own country at the end of his careerhis widow gave his notebooks to Yale University with instructions that they be kept from public viewing for twenty-five years.  At the end of that period, Yale selected Virginia Floyd, an O'Neill specialist and like him a New Englander of Irish extraction, for the immense task of examining and preparing the restricted notebooks, which were all in O'Neill's nearly indecipherable handwriting.  Eugene O'Neill at Work is the resultan extraordinary look at the making of a dramatist.dust jacket


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