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Long Day's Journey into Night

Eugene O'Neill

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The second Tyrone child who died in infancy was named:

Earlier in life, Tyrone was a:

The Tyrone family ancestry originates in:

As a young girl, one of Mary's dreams was to be:

Edmund is inflicted with:

Mary is addicted to what drug?

The Tyrone's servant is named:

Mary's father died of:

Tyrone's career as an actor ran dry when he:

Other plays by Eugene O'Neill include:

Long Day's Journey into Night is best described as:

Long Day's Journey into Night was published:

Tyrone maintains that the only literature worth reading is:

Tyrone and Mary, in terms of religion, are:

Structurally, the play is centered around:

Tyrone has a strong obsession with:

Mary met Tyrone when:

When in town late during the night in Act IV, Jamie:

Long Day's Journey into Night is one of O'Neill's:

At the end of the play, Edmund:

The second O'Neill child who died in infancy died:

Tyrone's father:

The name of the doctor who diagnoses Edmund is:

Eugene O'Neill was born in:

During Act IV, the Tyrone men hear Mary:

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