James Tyrone In O’neill’s “A Long Day’s Journey Into Night”

 AN ANALYSIS

Eugene O’Neill’s ‘A Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ portrays Tyrone family’s hopeless review of their past -- the circumstances, choices and actions that have shaped the course of their lives and relationships to the present dismal realities troubling them. Closely based on his own life and presenting one of America’s favorite dramatic themes of the dysfunctional family, ‘A Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ is often hailed as O'Neill's greatest play. Written in the early 1940s the play was not performed until his death in 1953; when performed two years after his death it won O’Neill the Pulitzer Prize and gained him the reputation as America’s foremost playwright and a status of eminence among world’s greatest dramatists.
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