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In celebration of being awarded a Pulitzer Prize for having written the best American play of 1920 ("Beyond the Horizon"), theater critic Walter Prichard Eaton (1878 1957) saw fit to slip playwright Eugene O'Neill his back hand with a double-dose of venomous criticism:

"...O'Neill's work to date remains intellectually and spiritually thin."

If you would like to read a 1935 magazine article about the many successes of Eugene O'Neil, click here.

Click here to read another 1920s magazine
article about Eugene O'Neill.

     


Harsh Words for Eugene O'Neill (Theatre Arts Magazine, 1920)

Harsh Words for Eugene O'Neill (Theatre Arts Magazine, 1920)

Harsh Words for Eugene O'Neill (Theatre Arts Magazine, 1920)

Harsh Words for Eugene O'Neill (Theatre Arts Magazine, 1920)

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