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Long Day's Journey Into Night Eugene O'Neill

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Long Day's Journey Into Night
Long Day's Journey Into Night #smrgSAHAF
Yale Universty Press
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In this play, written in 1940 and released in 1956 after his death, Eugene O'neill turns to the loneliest and most entangled of subjects: an unflinching portrayal, in a time of acute psychological stress, of himself and of those closest to him. He had long been haunted, as he says in his dedication, by this "play of old sorrow," and he could bring himself to deal with it only in the medium to which he had devoted his full creative powers. It is a somber and moving drama and its writing was an act of magnificent courage, After performance in Sweden and on Broadway it has been seen all over the world and has now been made into a film.

"No play Eugene O'Neill ever wrote speaks more eloquently to the reader... Certainly no, one, henceforth, will write of his other plays without remembering this, his most revealing of himself." -Lewis Gannett

"I think he wrote it as an act of forgiveness. Not as a pontifical forgiveness, mind you, not as an absolution for the harm that had been done to him. That he was damaged by his family is only a fact now, a piece of truth to be put down out of respect for the whole truth; there is no residual rancor. He seems to be asking forgiveness for his own failure to know his father, mother, and brother well enough at a time when the need for understanding was like an upstairs cry in the night; and to be reassuring their ghosts, wherever they may be, that he knows everything awful they have done, and loves them." -Walter F. Kerr (From back cover)

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    • In this play, written in 1940 and released in 1956 after his death, Eugene O'neill turns to the loneliest and most entangled of subjects: an unflinching portrayal, in a time of acute psychological stress, of himself and of those closest to him. He had long been haunted, as he says in his dedication, by this "play of old sorrow," and he could bring himself to deal with it only in the medium to which he had devoted his full creative powers. It is a somber and moving drama and its writing was an act of magnificent courage, After performance in Sweden and on Broadway it has been seen all over the world and has now been made into a film.

      "No play Eugene O'Neill ever wrote speaks more eloquently to the reader... Certainly no, one, henceforth, will write of his other plays without remembering this, his most revealing of himself." -Lewis Gannett

      "I think he wrote it as an act of forgiveness. Not as a pontifical forgiveness, mind you, not as an absolution for the harm that had been done to him. That he was damaged by his family is only a fact now, a piece of truth to be put down out of respect for the whole truth; there is no residual rancor. He seems to be asking forgiveness for his own failure to know his father, mother, and brother well enough at a time when the need for understanding was like an upstairs cry in the night; and to be reassuring their ghosts, wherever they may be, that he knows everything awful they have done, and loves them." -Walter F. Kerr (From back cover)

      Stok Kodu
      :
      303049541
      Boyut
      :
      14x20
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      176 s.
      Basım Yeri
      :
      New York
      Baskı
      :
      43
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      1979
      Resimleyen
      :
      Karton Kapak
      Kapak Türü
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      Karton Kapak
      Kağıt Türü
      :
      1. Hamur
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