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Writing that makes me happy #16

Edmund: I lay on the bowsprit, facing astern, with the water foaming into spume under me, the masts with every sail white in the moonlight, towering high above me.   35 more words

Writing

Three Recommended July Releases

Here are three enjoyable reads due out next month that I was lucky enough to get a hold of early. These are all first books by women authors, with subjects ranging from twentieth-century artists to a parent’s dementia. 883 more words

The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill - College Literature Series #001

During my stay at community college I had to submit journal responses and essays for my literature classes; some stories I quite enjoyed, and I thought I should share some of my responses. 330 more words

Analysis

Play Time: Strange Interlude by Eugene O’Neill

Strange Interlude covers a span of about twenty-five years in the lives of Nina Reeds and her three lovesick admirers—Charles Marsden, Edmund Darrell, and Sam Evans. 1,091 more words

Reading

The Toad Knew

James Thierrée comes from an impressive artistic dynasty; most famously his grandfather was Charlie Chaplin, whilst great-grandfather was playwright Eugene O’Neill, creativity no doubt flows through his veins. 295 more words

Free Friday: Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, California

It is not a secret that I am afflicted with wanderlust. I am so lucky that my husband has the same affliction. I feel luckier that he has a passion for visiting the country’s National Parks. 499 more words

Travel