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Atkinson, Brooks Review of Long Day's Journey into Night, New York Times, Vol. 47, November 8,1956, p 2

Bogard, Travis Contour in Time: The Plays of Eugene O'Neill, revised edition, Oxford University Press, 1988

Clurman, Harold "The O'Neills," Nation, Vol. 182, March 3,1956, pp 182-83

Falk, Dons V. Eugene O'Neill and the Tragic Tension: An Interpretive Study of the Plays, Rutgers University Press, 1958.

Gibbs, Wolcott. "Doom," New Yorker, Vol, 32, November 24,1956, pp 120-21

Hewes, Henry. "O'Neill: 100 Proof Not a Blend," Saturday Review, Vol. 39, November 2,1961, pp. 30-1.

Hewes, Henry "O'Neill and Faulkner via the Abroad Way," Saturday Review, Vol. 39, October 20,1956, p 58.

Kerr, Walter. Review of Long Day's Journey into Night, in New York Herald-Tribune, Novembers, 1956.

Raleigh, John Henry. The Plays of Eugene O'Neill, Southern Illinois University Press, 1965.

Rolo, Charles J. "The Trouble of One House," Atlantic Monthly, Vol 97, March, 1956, pp 84-5.

Seldes, Gilbert. "Long day's Journey into Night," Saturday Review, Vol 39, February 25,1956, pp. 15-16

Whicher, Stephen "O'Neill's...

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