Long Day’s Journey into Night

by

Eugene O’Neill

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Long Day’s Journey into Night Symbols

The Fog

Throughout Long Day’s Journey into Night, fog both troubles and soothes Mary, who sees it as something that ushers in isolation and loneliness. At the beginning of the play, she suggests that she’s…

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Mary’s Wedding Dress

Because of how much she covets it, Mary’s wedding dress comes to stand for her own desperate attempt to reconnect with her past. In an opiated rant about her wedding, she fondly remembers how…

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