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Oriental Influences and Ideas

(See also Marco Millions)

Carpenter, Frederick I. ‘Eugene O’Neill, the Orient, and American transcendentalism.’ Pp 204-14 in Myron Simon & Thornton H. Parsons, eds. Transcendentalism and its legacy. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Pr., 1966; repr. on pp 37-44 in Griffin

Durnell, Hazel B. Japanese cultural influences on American poetry and drama. Tokyo: Hokuseido, 1983, 147-64: ‘Eugene O’Neill and the Far East’ [S87]

Floyd, Virginia. ‘Eugene O’Neill’s Tao Te Ching: the spiritual evolution of a mystic.’ Pp 3-12 in Liu [S92]

Hsia, An Min. ‘Cycle of return: O’Neill and the Tao.’ Pp 169-73 in Frenz (from Chung Wai Literary Monthly [Taiwan] Dec 1978 104-09) [S34]

Lai, Sheng-chuan. ‘Mysticism  and Noh in O’Neill.’ Theatre Journal 35 1983 74-87 [S38]

Liu, Hai-Ping. ‘Taoism  in O’Neill’s Tao House plays.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 12 ii 1988 28-33 [S40]

Robinson, James A. Eugene O’Neill and Oriental thought: a divided vision. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1982. 201 pp [S118]

Schevill, James. Break out: in search of new theatrical environments. Chicago: Swallow Pr., 1973, 190-97 [S120] (Chinese philosophy in three late plays)

Seidel, Margot. ‘Der Einfluss asiatischer Religionen auf Eugene O’Neill.’ Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 34 1986 47-59

Yu, Beongcheon. The great circle: American writers and the Orient. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 1983, 141-58 [S131]


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