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Eugene ONeill Through poverty and fame An artist or nothing Miller p6 was the motto of a man named Eugene ONeill who wrote from his soul in an attempt to find salvation In the year 1888 the Barrett House hotel in New Yorks Times Square saw the birth of a man who would be called the greatest American playwright His father James was an actor and was famous across the United Sates for his role in the popular play Monte Cristo Eugenes mother Ellen was a beautiful woman who was gifted with a great artistic talent Throughout his life ONeill would travel all over the world marry three women have three children and write some of the best American Drama that would ever be written Much of his life would be devoted to writing plays of tragic powerDavid p11 and His works reveal the unsatisfied searching of a soul for truthDavid p11 When Eugene was born he was a great inconvenience to his parents who already had one child and spent most of their time traveling around the country playing in different cities As a result of this he was raised in the care of a Cornish nanny keeping him isolated from the rest of his family He would continue to spend most of his youth away from his family as he would be educated almost entirely in boarding schools When he was still a young boy his parents enrolled him in St Aloysius Academy for boys in Riverdale New York He was a good student and did not really stand out as a youth He passed through De La Salle Institute and actually stayed at home for the first year of school there He attended Betts Academy which is no longer in existence today but at the time it was one of the finer preparatory schools in the nation While he was boarding there his family moved their home from New York City
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