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Where can I find some articles about Eugene O'Neill's play "Long Day's Journey into Night"?

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You can find articles about this play through the COM Library literature databases.  To do so, follow the link below to our Databases by Subject guide and select the Literature tab.  This will show you the databases that are available.

In EBSCO: Academic search complete, try searching for "Long day's journey into night" (include the quotes).  From there you can refine the search with the limiters on the left side of the screen (full text, subject headings, source types).

In Gale Literature Resources, select Works search and search for the title of the play.

Twayne's Author Series has an entry on O'Neill that devotes coverage to the play.

Scribner Writers Series has a detailed analysis of the play that can be found with a basic title search.

You can find more information about using the databases in the How to Use Literature Databases libguide below.

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