Eugene ONeills Critics: Voiced from Abroad Horst Frenz

ISBN: 9780585039596

Published: May 13th 2014

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238 pages


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Eugene ONeills Critics: Voiced from Abroad  by  Horst Frenz

Eugene ONeills Critics: Voiced from Abroad by Horst Frenz
May 13th 2014 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 238 pages | ISBN: 9780585039596 | 8.56 Mb

ONeills plays have been translated into practically all major languages and have received remarkable performances in many countries. His impact has been such that since 1922, according to Tuck, there has been an outpouring of opin-ions about theMoreONeills plays have been translated into practically all major languages and have received remarkable performances in many countries. His impact has been such that since 1922, according to Tuck, there has been an outpouring of opin-ions about the man, his experimental work, his universal qualities, his philo-sophical probings, his language, his dra-matic method, and his forerunners in the theater, American as well as foreign.

As these 30essays indicate, ONeill was truly an international figure, stirring comment from all parts of the world. ONeills stock rose considerably in 1936 when he received the Nobel Prize. His selection was applauded in Scan-dinavia as it confirmed the opinions of his work held in Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. The Nobel Prize also caused the critics of France to reevaluate his work, this time much more favorably. Sum-ming up, Tuck notes that the articles in this anthology reflect genuine attempts to present ONeill as faithfully as pos-sible throughout the world. ONeills plays are not, she observes, for any one time or any one place, as indicated by the years the essays span (1922-80)and the number of countries they represent [17in all].



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