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O’Neill and Shakespeare

Astington, John H. ‘Shakespeherian rags.’ Modern Drama 31 1988 73-80 [S7] (on Long Day’s Journey Into Night)

Berlin, Normand. O’Neill’s Shakespeare. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Pr., 1993. 268 pp [S77](incorporates ‘O’Neill’s Shakespeare.’ Eugene O’Neill Review 13 i 1989 5-13 [S8])

D’Andrea, Paul. ‘“Thou starre of poets”: Shakespeare as DNA.’ Pp 163-91 in G. B. Evans, ed. Shakespeare: aspects of influence. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1976 [S86] (179-91 on Long Day’s Journey Into Night)

Frazer, Winifred L. ‘King Lear and Hickey: bridegroom  and iceman.’ Modern Drama 15 1972 267-78 [M355]

Frenz, Horst, & Martin Mueller. ‘More Shakespeare and less Aeschylus in Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning Becomes Electra.’ American Literature  39 1966 85-100 [M420]

Kolin, Philip C. ‘All God’s Chillun Got Wings and Macbeth.’ Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 12 i 1988 55-61 [S38]

Myers, Henry A. Tragedy: a view of life. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1956, 98-109: ‘Macbeth and The Iceman Cometh: equivalence and ambivalence in tragedy’ [M139]

Oppel, Horst. Die Vorgeschichte zu King Lear im Lichte moderner Adaptationen. Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1978, 28-32:  ‘Eugene O’Neill: Desire Under the Elms

Patki, Y. K. ‘Macbeth and The Emperor Jones: a comparative study.’ Pp 141-50 in Prasad [S113]

Roy, Emil. ‘O’Neill’s Desire Under the Elms and Shakespeare’s King Lear.’ Neueren Sprachen 65 1966 1-6 [M283]

Sharma, Ghanshiam. ‘The theme of self-transcendence in Marlowe, Shakespeare and Eugene O’Neill.’ Meerut Journal of Comparative Literature and Language 2 i 1989 1-21

Yu, Jin Ko. ‘Shakespeare’s in the room.’ Writer (Madavor Media) 127 iv 2014 5-6 (the bard as early inspiration)

Zeba, Syeda N. ‘Shakespeare and Eugene O’Neill: a study in influence with special reference to Hamlet and Mourning Becomes Electra.’ Pp 426-32 in Amitava Roy et al., eds. Colonial and postcolonial Shakespeare. Calcutta: Shakespeare Society of Eastern India & Avantgarde Pr., 2001


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