In 1912, a twenty-four-year-old Eugene O'Neill was diagnosed with tuberculosis and sent to a sanitarium. There, O'Neill pondered his recent suicide attempt and his family's struggles with alcohol and drugs. It was there, too, that he decided to be a playwright after spending his days reading great works of literature and drama. Years later, looking back, he wrote Long Day's Journey Into Night, a play that he would complete at the very end of his career. Setting the playwright in context to his personal life, social, ...

O'Neill in an Hour 2010, In an Hour Books, Hanover, N.H

ISBN-13: 9781936232055

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