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Additional Resources for The Great God Brown by Eugene O'Neill

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Further Reading

Anderson, John, Review in Literary Review of the New York Evening Post, April 10, 1926, p. 2.

Anderson offers a mixed review of the play in his focus on O'Neill's technique.

Cohn, Ruby, "Eugene O'Neill: Overview," in Reference Guide to American Literature, 3rd ed., edited by Jim Kamp, St. James Press, 1994.

Cohn examines the tragic nature of O'Neill's plays.

Marsh, Leo, Review in New York Telegraph, January 25,1926.

Marsh examines the play's "clinical experiment" in structure.

Review in New Yorker, Vol. 1, February 6, 1926, p. 26.

This reviewer criticizes O'Neill's use of masks but praises the play' s presentation of a "nutritious fluid of a deeply digested idea."

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