Long Day’s Journey into Night Pdf is the eBook of the popular tragedy play written by American playwright Eugene O’Neill in four acts in 1941–42, published in 1956 for the first time. T

This play is widely considered one of the finest American plays of the 20th century. 

It is also the winner of Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1957.

Download Long Day's Journey into Night Pdf

Download Long Day’s Journey into Night Pdf eBook

Get the free Pdf eBook of this popular play by reowned American playwright Eugene O’Neill, which is widely considered his best work and one of the most popular plays of all time.

Main events of this play happened on a single day in August 1912, from 8:30 a.m. to midnight; the setting of the play is seaside Connecticut.

The story of this play depicts a family struggling to deal with the harsh realities and outcomes of the failings of other family members concerning their own.

The parents and their two sons express accusations of resentment, blame, bitterness, and envy as a substitute for what ends up being self-defeating efforts at affection, reassurance, tenderness, and kindness despite disillusionment with their lives.

The family’s enduring psychic and emotional stress is fed by their self-analysis and self-understanding, coupled with honesty and an ability to convey themselves boldly.

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Authored by Eugene O’Neill
Main Characters Mary Cavan Tyrone
James Tyrone
James Tyrone Jr.
Cathleen
Year premiered  1956
Place premiered Royal Dramatic Theatre
Original language English
Subject An auto-biographical account of his home life with addicticed parents
Genre Tragedy
Setting The summer home of the Tyrones, August 1912