by Eugene O'Neill, Edward Albee and Louise Bernard
Hardcover, 85 pages, Yale Univ Pr, List Price: $18 | purchase
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Presents a 1920 play of Eugene O'Neill—which revolves around a suicide attempt—believed for more than 90 years to have been lost after O'Neill cancelled production of the show and had seemingly had all copies destroyed.
March 25, 2012 Exorcism -- an early Eugene O'Neill play about suicide, divorce and alcoholism — was thought to be lost for good. But a manuscript recently turned up in an estate sale, and a revival has been staged. But is it ethical to stage a play O'Neill himself wanted to be forgotten?
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