➲ [Read] ➭ Eugene O'Neill and Oriental Thought By James A. Robinson ➽ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk “Off and on of late years I have studied the history and development of all religions with immense interest as being for me at least the most illuminating ‘case histories’ of the inner life of m “Off and on of late and Oriental Kindle Ô years I have studied the history and development of all religions with immense interest as being for me at least the most illuminating ‘case histories’ of the inner life of man”—Eugene O’Neill writing to M C Sparrow While it is commonly accepted that Eugene O’Neill studied Oriental mystical religions and that this study may be detected in some of his less successful experimental plays Lazarus Laughed The Fountain Marco Millions there has not been an effort to consider systematically his “immense interest” and the influence it had Eugene O'Neill eBook ´ on O’Neill’s thought and writing Robinson explores the tension between Occidental and Oriental elements in the playwright’s art examining both the sources of the conflict and its manifestation in selected plays written between and Through an examination of O’Neill’s correspondence research library and manuscript materials some of which have previously been unavailable for study Robinson is able to reveal the origins of O’Neill’s Orientalism An easy familiarity with the complex interrelationships of Eastern and Western religions and the Oriental thought that underlies the ideas of many Western philosophers allows Robinson to address O'Neill and Oriental Epub Ú the intricate problem of Oriental influences on O’Neill’s favorite Western sources including Nietzsche Schopenhauer Jung Strindberg and Emerson Finally in a play by play exegesis Robinson traces the course of O’Neill’s mysticism from its apparent repudiation in the deeply flawed Dynamo to its synthesis in The Iceman Cometh Long Day’s Journey Into Night and Hughie where Eastern ideas of maya dynamic polarity and the emptiness of the universe are again evident.
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