Title

Playwright Eugene O'Neill spent the summer of 1926 at Belgrade Lakes, where he m

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

5-2003

Pages

25-31

Abstract

Playwright Eugene O'Neill spent the summer of 1926 at Belgrade Lakes, where he met Carlotta Monterey, who would become his third wife, and finished "Strange Creation." O'Neill, then 38, had already won two Pulitzer Prizes for his plays "Beyond the Horizon" and "Anna Christie." Seeking a new place to write for the summer, O'Neill's agent, Richard Madden, led him to a cottage on Belgrade Lakes named Loon Lodge. With details of O'Neill's personal and professional lives.

Subjects

Dramatists, O'Neil, Eugene

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