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Eugene O'Neill


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1936
   the winner was   
Eugene O'Neill
USA, 1888-1953; "for the power, honesty and deep-felt emotions of his dramatic works, which embody an original concept of tragedy"
Eugene O'Neill
   uttered the last words   
"I Knew It. I Knew It. Born in a Hotel Room - and God Damn It - Died in a Hotel Room"
Writer, d. 1953
Eugene O'Neill
   was played by Jack Nicholson in   
Reds
1981
Anna Christie
   was written by   
Eugene O'Neill
1922
Beyond the Horizon
   was written by   
Eugene O'Neill
1920
Long Day's Journey Into Night
   was written by   
Eugene O'Neill
1957
Strange Interlude
   was written by   
Eugene O'Neill
1928
Eugene O'Neill
   wrote   
Beyond the Horizon
1920, Pulitzer Prize
Eugene O'Neill
   wrote   
Anna Christie
1922, Pulitzer Prize
Eugene O'Neill
   wrote   
Strange Interlude
1928, Pulitzer Prize
Eugene O'Neill
   wrote   
Long Day's Journey Into Night
1941, first performed, 1956, Pulitzer Prize, 1957
Big River
   debuted in   
Eugene O'Neill Theatre in New York
1985 - Based on Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”
Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill
   was titled from the literary source   
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
Omar Khayyam
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
Chris Christopherson
Anna Christie; drama, 1923
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
Ephraim Cabot
Desire Under the Elms; drama, 1924
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
Captain Adam Brant
Mourning Becomes Electra; play cycle, first performed, 1931
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
Brutus Jones
The Emperor Jones; drama, 1920
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
Harry Hope
The Iceman Cometh; drama, 1946
Eugene O'Neill
   created the character   
James Tyrone
Long Day's Journey Into Night; drama, 1956
Cabot Farmhouse
   was created by   
Eugene O'Neill
Isolated New England farm, from "Desire Under the Elms", 1925
Harry Hope's Saloon
   was created by   
Eugene O'Neill
Squalid bar in lower New York City, from "The Iceman Cometh", 1946
Eugene O'Neill
   was a/an   
Playwright
Nobel laureate; 1888-1953






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