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  • Author:
    Travis Bogard
  • ISBN:
    0911408800
  • ISBN13:
    978-0911408805
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    Western Natl Parks Assoc (March 1, 1989)
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    16 pages
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    Regional U.S.
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Eugene O'Neill at Tao House book. Author Bogard, internationally recognized scholar of O'Neill, recounts the life of the Nobel Prize-winning playwright, who wrote his most enduring works at Tao House, his Contra Costa County, California, retreat. Features rare historical photos from Yale University.

Twenty-two writings by Bogard on Eugene and Carlotta, the plays, and the wider context, with a letter from Jason Robards

Twenty-two writings by Bogard on Eugene and Carlotta, the plays, and the wider context, with a letter from Jason Robards.

com's Travis Bogard Page and shop for all Travis Bogard books. Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Travis Bogard. Learn more at Author Central. Books by Travis Bogard.

Dear Supporters of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, Tao House! . Offer educational programs at Tao House for high school students Student.

Dear Supporters of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, Tao House! Witho. ut your ongoing, generous support, the Foundation would not be able to celebrate and promote the vision and legacy of America's first great playwright, Eugene O'Neill. Offer fellowships to three outstanding scholars for our Travis Bogard Artist in Residence Program. Offer educational programs at Tao House for high school students Student Days in the spring exposes students to professional techniques in photography, writing, and acting Studio Retreat focuses on playwriting and acting for 10 days in June, enabling students to write and perform short plays under the tutelage of professionals.

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View on timesmachine. Travis Bogard, an author, teacher and one of the foremost scholars on the life and work of Eugene O'Neill, died on Saturday at a hospital in Berkeley, Calif. He was 79 and lived in Berkeley. The cause was a stroke, said Betty Connors, a friend.

His house there, Tao House, is today the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site. O'Neill, Eugene; Bogard, Travis (1988). Complete Plays 1913–1920. In their first years together, Monterey organized O'Neill's life, enabling him to devote himself to writing. She later became addicted to potassium bromide, and the marriage deteriorated, resulting in a number of separations, although they never divorced. Eugene O'Neill J. a Yale classicist, suffered from alcoholism and committed suicide in 1950 at the age of 40. Shane O'Neill became a heroin addict and moved into the family home in Bermuda, Spithead, with his new wife, where he supported himself by selling off the furnishings.

Eugene O'Neill at Tao House.

He tried to escape by drinking and, for a time, he lived in a flophouse on the Manhattan waterfront. Eugene O'Neill at Tao House.

Author Bogard, internationally recognized scholar of O'Neill, recounts the life of the Nobel Prize-winning playwright, who wrote his most enduring works at Tao House, his Contra Costra County, California, retreat. Features rare historical photographs from Yale University.