Publications related to O'Neill research

Publications related to O'Neill research

Publications relating to research on Agnes Boulton and Eugene O’Neill

Books

The Iceman Cometh: Critical Edition by Eugene O'Neill, edited by William Davies king (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020)

Long Day's Journey Into Night: Multimedia Edition by Eugene O'Neill, edited by William Davies King (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016)

Long Day’s Journey Into Night: Critical Edition by Eugene O’Neill, edited by William Davies King (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014)

Part of a Long Story: Eugene O’Neill as a Young Man in Love by Agnes Boulton, edited by William Davies King (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011)

Another Part of a Long Story: Literary Traces of Agnes Boulton and Eugene O’Neill (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010)

Selected Stories of Agnes Boulton, edited by William Davies King http://www.eoneill.com/library/abstories/contents.htm(link is external)

"A Wind Is Rising": Correspondence of Eugene O'Neill and Agnes Boulton (Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000)

Editor of Eugene O’Neill Review, 2011-2016

Selected Articles

“Suitable Feminine Companionship: On Mamie Burns and Fat Violet in Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 40:2 (2019), 185-197

Review of Brenda Murphy’s Becoming CarlottaEugene O’Neill Review, 40:2 (2019), 247-252.

Review of Mourning Becomes ElectraEugene O’Neill Review, 40:1 (2019), 121-123.

Review of Long Day’s Journey into NightEugene O’Neill Review, 39:2 (2019), 102-106.

Review of A Touch of the Poet and Playboy of the Western WorldEugene O’Neill Review, 39:1 (2018), 190-195.

“Eugene O’Neill’s Irish ‘Con’ Man: Charles Lever,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 39:1 (2018), 17-32.

“ O’Neill: Biography, Autobiography, and Standing in for Eugene (G.) O’Neill,” in The Theatre of Eugene O’Neill, edited by Kurt Eisen (London: Methuen, 2018), 147-162.

“Eugene O’Neill and Modernism,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism,  https://www.rem.routledge.com/articles/oneill-eugene-1888-1953(link is external)

“Et in Arcadia E.G.O.,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 37:2 (2016), 180-184.

“Quotidian Matters: Reading the Diary of Eugene O’Neill,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 37:1 (2016), 71-88.

"Carlotta Monterey O’Neill’s “Memorial for Gene”: Releasing Long Day’s Journey Into Night," Eugene O'Neill Review, 35:1 (2014)

“The Long Journey of Exorcism: A Note on Provenance,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 34:1 (2013)

“O’Neill and Autobiography,” Eugene O’Neill: Critical Insights (EBSCO, 2012)

“The Port Saïd Incident: Eugene O’Neill and Carlotta Monterey at Sea,” Eugene O’Neill Review, 33:2 (2012), 233-272.

“Agnes Boulton,” “Oona O’Neill, “Shane O’Neill,” and “O’Neill’s Biographers,” entries in Critical Companion to Eugene O’Neill, edited by Robert Dowling (Facts on File, 2009)

“Hammerman’s O’Neill,” ZYZZYVA, 24:3 (Winter 2008), 135-55.

“What Did Eugene O’Neill Look Like Naked?: Trouble in the Flesh,” eOneill.com Essays, 1 (2006) http://eoneill.com/library/laconics/1/1b.htm(link is external)

“Oresteian Structures in The Iceman Cometh,” Eugene O'Neill Review, 27 (2005), 126-34.

“The O’Neill of Pulp Fiction,” Eugene O'Neill Review, 26 (2004), 105-117.

"'Our Home! Our Home!': Eugene O'Neill and Agnes Boulton at Spithead," Eugene O'Neill Review, 25:1-2 (2001), 60-69.

"'It Brought the World to This Coast:' The World Premiere of Eugene O'Neill's Lazarus Laughed at the Pasadena Community Playhouse," Theatre Survey, 29:1 (May 1988), 1‑36.