The Iceman Cometh: A Play
ISBN 13: 9780394700182
Publisher: Random House Inc
Publication Date: 1967
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The place: A cheap gin-mill in New York City. The time: a salesman's birthday celebration during the summer of 1912 when the delineation between hopes, dreams and pipe dreams disintegrates when 'self-knowledge' destroys self-respect, compassion and life.
"[This is an] exhaustive and (at four and a half hours in length) exhausting study of human delusion....The reason the play is so long (and schematic) is that the author tries to include every possible form of human illusion in his fable--political, religious, sexual, racial, moral, and psychological....O'Neill creates a series of generic types characterized by a single bony trait. It is the obligation of actors to add psychological flesh."
Robert Brustein, New Republic, 06/07/1999
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