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Long Days Journey into Night In the later part of the 19th century a new movement swept over the American literature Naturalism was a theory that believed that composition should be based on objective human beings Naturalists concentrated on the harsh aspects of life believing that life rarely works out as people want it to Authors viewed life and human behavior as an experiment controlled by instinct emotions and social conditions In Long Days Journey into Night Eugene ONeill describes a journey that a person takes in life in order to find his or her self This piece describes a family consisting of James Tyrone Mary his wife and their two sons James and Edmund As the play unfolds the relationship between the characters becomes pellucid and their disunities are shown By describing the struggle that each character goes through ONeill illustrates that as each person loses control of their life they lose their identity Tyrone fought his entire life to overcome his difficult youth His father abandoned him when he was young and he had to work hard to support his family Tyrone was an incredible actor with potential to get even better Once he discovered his talent he realized that he did not have to work hard to become a success Tyrone had a chance at easy money and he took it By doing so he ensured the security for himself and his family but also he lost control of the direction of his life Id lost the great talent I once had through years of easy repetitionnever really working hard Yet before I bought into temptation I was considered one of three or four young actors with the greatest artistic promise 2025-2026 Tyrone had given up his love of the theater for a large sum of money In losing this love he lost himself Mary was a dreamer with high goals and was willing to work hard to achieve them She
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