Staging Depth

Staging Depth

Until now, Eugene O'Neill's psychological dramas have been analyzed mainly by critics who relied on obvious parallels between O'Neill's life, his family, and his plays. In this theoretically expansive and interdisciplinary book, Joel Pfister reassesses what was at stake ideologically in O'Neill's staging and modernizing of 'psychological' individualism for his social class. Pfister examines the history of the middle-class family and of Freudian pop psychology in… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Collection: Cultural Studies of the United States

Page count: 352 pages

Language: English


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