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The iceman cometh

by O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953.

Format: Print Book 1999
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies
Available (4)
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CLP - East Liberty Non-Fiction Collection PS3529.N5 I3 1999x
Location  CLP - East Liberty
 
Collection  Non-Fiction Collection
 
Call Number  PS3529.N5 I3 1999x
 
 
CLP - Homewood Non-Fiction Collection PS3529.N5 I3 1999x
Location  CLP - Homewood
 
Collection  Non-Fiction Collection
 
Call Number  PS3529.N5 I3 1999x
 
 
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PS3529.N5 I3 1999x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
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Northland Public Library Nonfiction 812.52 ON2 1999
Location  Northland Public Library
 
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Call Number  812.52 ON2 1999
 
 
Summary
"Spellbinding--soaring theater--. For reasons that remain mysterious, it seems especially moving today."-- The New York Times

Eugene O'Neill mined the tragedies of his own life for this depiction of a seedy, skid row saloon in 1912, peopled by society's failures: worn-out anarchists, failed con artists, drifters, whores, pimps, and informers. The pipe-dreaming drunks of Harry Hope's bar numb themselves with rotgut gin and make grandiose plans, while waiting for the annual appearance of the big-spending, fast-talking salesman, Hickey. But this year's visit fails to bring the expected good times, as a changed Hickey tries to rouse the barflies from their soothing stupor with a proselytizing message of salvation through self-knowledge.
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Considered by many to be the Nobel Prize-winning playwright's finest work, The Iceman Cometh exposes the human need for illusion as an antidote to despair. The recent gripping, critically acclaimed Broadway production, starring Kevin Spacey, has highlighted anew the subversive genius of O'Neill's play.
Additional Information
Subjects Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Drama.
Sales personnel -- Drama.
Murderers -- Drama.
American drama -- 20th century.
Publisher New York :Vintage International,1999
Edition 1st Vintage International ed.
Language English
Description xii, 196 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN 0375709177
9780375709173
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