Orestes in Modern Drama: "Mourning Becomes Electra"
"I'm always acutely aware of the Force behind - (Fate,
God, our biological past creating our present, whatever one
calls it - Mystery certainly) - and the eternal tragedy of Man
in his glorious, self-destructive struggle to make the Force
express him instead of being, as an animal is, an incident
in its expression. . . . This is the only subject worth writing
about and . . . it is possible - or can be - to develop a tragic
expression in terms of transfigured modern values and
symbols in the theater."
When Eugene O'Neill received the Nobel Prize in 1936, critics proclaime…
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