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Ruth has suffered—and for your own sake and hers—remember, Andy—only through sacrifice—the secret beyond there—— The sun! Remember!
Eugene
O’Neill
Beyond the Horizon
 
Eugene O’Neill
 
Beyond the Horizon explores what happens when two men love the same woman and the compromises each will make to have her. Eugene O’Neill won the Pulitzer Prize for this 1920 drama.
 
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CONTENTS
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TO AGNES

NEW YORK: BONI & LIVERIGHT: 1920
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999


Act I
Scene I: The Road. Sunset of a day in Spring.
Scene II: The Farm House. The same night.
Act II
(Three years later)
Scene I: The Farm House. Noon of a Summer day.
Scene II: The top of a hill on the farm overlooking the sea. The following day.
Act III
(Five years later)
Scene I: The Farm House. Dawn of a day in late Fall.
Scene II: The Road. Sunrise.


CHARACTERS
JAMES MAYO, a farmer
KATE MAYO, his wife
CAPTAIN DICK SCOTT, of the bark "Sunda," her brother
ANDREW MAYO and
ROBERT MAYO, sons of James Mayo
RUTH ATKINS,
MRS. ATKINS, her widowed mother
MARY,
BEN, a farm hand
DOCTOR FAWCETT.
(The "right" and "left" of the stage directions are the audience’s.)


 
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