Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1917-1962.


Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1917-1962.

Collection includes two different typescripts of "Now I ask you," with corrections by O'Neill. Of interest is a letter, 1962 October 22, from Agnes Boulton [O'Neill] to John S. Van E. Kohn, Seven Gables Bookshop, providing background material on the "Now I ask you" manuscript and mentioning O'Neill's drinking and his relationship with his father.

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