About this Book:
Renowned playwright Eugene Oäó»Neill composed this work in 1940 to comfort his wife about the death of their Dalmatian, Blemie.ŒæBetter known for his despairing and pessimistic dramas, Oäó»Neilläó»s touching piece, written in the voice of the dying pet, is somehow uplifting and joyous in its touching memory of a life shared between owner and animal. It is sure to comfort anyone experiencing the loss of a beloved, furry member of the family.
This short work is part of Applewoodäó»sŒæAmerican RootsŒæseries, tactile mementos of American passions by some of Americaäó»s most famous writers.
By author: Eugene O'NeillNumber of Pages: 24Dimensions: 4.3 X 6.8 Inches (US)Original publication year: 2014