Additional Resources for Long Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O'Neill

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Hayes, Richard "A Requiem for Mortality," Commonweal, Vol. 64, February 1,1957, pp. 467-68.

A belated review of the Broadway production of Long Day's Journey into Ntght praising both the play and the cast for achieving "tragic nobility" within a realistic framework.

McDonnell, Thomas P. "O'Neill's Drama of the Psyche," Catholic World, Vol. 197, Apnl, 1963, pp. 120-25.

Argues that Long Day's Journey into Night is O'Neill's apotheosis in his quest for a tragedy of self, of his own tormented psyche.

Manheira, Michael Eugene O'Neill's New Language of Kinship, Syracuse University Press, 1982

This study's introduction, its chapter on Long Day's Journey into Night, and its appendix focused on the play's motifs offer solid help m interpreting the play

Pflster, Joel. "The Cultural Web in O'Neill's Journey/' in Staging Depth: Eugene O'Neill and the Politics of Psychological Discourse, University of North Carolina Press, 1995, pp. 203-15.

Relates Mary from Long Day's Journey into Night...

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