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Eugene O'Neill
Eugene O'Neill
16.10.1888,  New York – 27.11.1953, Boston, Mass. – eugene Rezensioneneugene Literatureugene Links
Eugene Gladstone O'Neill
16.10.1888 New York – 27.11.1953, Boston, Mass.
1936 Nobelpreis für Literatur
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1920 Beyond the Horizon
1922 Anna Christie
1928 Strange Interlude
1957 Long Day's Journey Into Night
Eugene O'Neill
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O'Neill Beyond the Horizon
O'Neill Desire Under the Elms
O'Neill Mourning Becomes Electra
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O'NeillAmerican Playwright
O'NeilleOneill.com Electronic Archive
O'NeillThe Eugene O'Neill Review
O'NeillEugene O'Neill im Moonstruck Drama Bookstore
O'NeillNational Historic Site
O'Neillbartleby.com
O'Neill Der Baum in Eugene O'Neills Theater
O'Neill Where Love is No Sin: The Blessed Isles in Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra
O'Neill Autorenwegweiser
O'Neill Zitate
The Iceman Cometh alludes to Matthew 25: 5-6 "While the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept. And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh" (Michael Manheim. The Cambridge Companion to Eugene O'Neill. Cambridge, 1998, 84) and an old joke.
A salesman comes home early; finding no ice for the drink he wants, he yells upstairs to his wife, "Honey, has the iceman come yet?" She replies, "Not yet, but he's puffing pretty hard." (Stephen A. Black. Eugene O'Neill. Beyond Mourning and Tragedy. New Haven, 1999. 417).
Deshalb wohl ist Louis Jordan (später von Ray Charles wiederholt) in seinem R&B Song recht vorsichtig: "I don't want no iceman, honey, I will get me a fridgadaire."
Louis Jordan I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town (William Weldon, Rox Jordan) 1956.
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