Strange Interlude

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Drama in two parts and nine acts by O'Neill, produced and published in 1928 and awarded a Pulitzer Prize. Its stream-of-consciousness technique uses asides to reveal the inner thoughts of the characters, often in ironic contrast with their speech.


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Eugene O'Neill (1888—1953) American dramatist

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