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The Visioning (1911), Glaspell's second novel, tells the story of young Katie Jones who questions the conventions of her day. The Visioning addresses social issues such as gender roles, divorce, and labor unions. This novel is in the public domain in the United States, and Project Gutenberg has made it available free for download at http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/11217.

Eugene O'Neill's first play, Bound East for Cardiff (1916), was among the first plays produced by Glaspell's theater company, Provincetown Players. It was also O'Neill's first produced play and launched his professional playwriting career. Bound East for Cardiff is a one-act play that takes place at sea on a steamship where a sick sailor who is dying talks about his life and the life he wished he had lived.

“A Jury of Her Peers” (1917), from the short story collection by the same...

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