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The purpose of this work is to identify and categorize certain female types that recur, predictably and relentlessly, in almost all of Eugene O'Neill's plays. The book contains an initial discussion of O'Neill's personal life, including the destructive experiences with women: his mother, prostitutes, and his wives as well as their cumulative effects on his works and examines some plays of Eugene O'Neill in order to get its aims. It also concentrates on Eugene O'Neill's plays from a feminist and social perspective. It also maintains that Literature is often a source of these social conventions and O'Neill writes with no premeditated purpose and his writings contain his impressions and experience which is called the social convention.
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