O’ Neill tried different things with various procedures of portrayal in various plays. His craft of portrayal, consequently, relies on what sort of subject he is taking care of in a specific play.
Since in Grieving Becomes Electra his subject is worried about fiendishness, passing, war, Rigidity, opportunity, is in this manner, is on a very basic level topical and intended to help in understanding the focal thought of the play all the more plainly and without any problem.
2-The Incomparable Writer:
Grieving Becomes Electra speaks to the climax of O’ Neill works in the theater and is the victory of his cognizant workmanship. It denotes the high water sign of O’Neill’s basic achievement. O’Neill had consistently viewed it as his most prominent work. In the expressions of Craftsman: “The consistent flawlessness of Grieving Becomes Electra, and the supported mental force if its inclination, created a masterful work of the incredible force.” The play is hailed as the best American misfortune. It is isolated into three sections. The first and third each have four acts, and the center one five. In all, it is a thirteen demonstration set of three.
3-Survivors of Malevolence:
O’ Neill’s characters in Grieving Becomes Electra especially those having a place with the Mannon group, are casualties if evil. Particularly Lavinia, who has been considering picking Chief Diminish Niles as her life-accomplice, has chosen not to wed him since her dad needs her more than any other person. She is such a great amount of disturbed with Christine’s issue with Adam that her very confidence in affection is completely broken. To emphasize this point, O’ Neill has forward his consideration to the character of Lavinia.
Grieving Becomes Electra by O’Neill designed in Greek misfortune. O’Neill has followed Aeschylus and the Greek arrangement of shows on Grieving Becomes Electra. Grieving Becomes Electra is a work of contemporary New Britain Human progress. O’Neill has given a practically contemporary re-game plan of the initial two pieces of the Aeschylean set of three. In the expressions of Engel: “Bearing viewpoints if Aeschylus and Euripides, it approximates not one or the other.” In the Grieving Becomes Electra, he utilized an instant story into all the subtleties and thought processes and reasons for which it was not important to go. On the off chance that he had lived in Elizabethan Britain, he would likely have headed toward the rear and composed plays on a clear section.
Rather than utilizing veils to show what has happened to Orin and Lavinia, O’Neill essentially states in his stage bearings that they have come to look like their folks. “I’m present”, says Orin,” in Father’s place and you’re Mother… … That is the malicious predetermination out of the past I haven’t challenged foresee: I’m the Mannon you’re bound to!”Out of the mouth of the insane man has come a definitive truth. Like Cassandra, he sees through his cluttered psyche the significance of the revile.
6-Mental Inspiration and Edifices:
In Grieving Becomes Electra O’ Neill seems to have made the mental inspiration. Freudian hypotheses of characters are a form of reality that clarifies the wrongdoings of the Mannons and their sentiments of blame. It has depicted the evil love of the child for the mother and the little girl for the dad as an all-inclusive, habitual example. O’ Neill picked Freudian brain science to inspire the activity. Freudianism, as it was comprehended or misjudged, spoke to in the 1920s an unequivocal complex of mentalities about the significance of the mind as a key to human conduct.
O’Neill appears to have known about this trouble, and he endeavored to meet it by presenting a “Tune” of “townsfolk… .. as a human foundation for the show of Mannon’s.” Trade of Jobs: Characters on O’Neill’s assumes regularly trade jobs at various focuses in the dramatization. In Grieving Becomes Electra, after Christine has slaughtered herself and Lavinia turns out to be completely a created lady, she has Christine’s spot in the play in general, however particularly for Orin who was so near his mom. Adam Brant incorporates the personality if Marie Brantome and happens from asking of the play, in this manner proceeding with his sensational effect, significantly after her passing, upon the Mannon family. When Lavinia comes back with Orin from scissors transport in the fifth demonstration of The Pursued, she speaks to all the Mannon cruelty. She has totally replaced Ezra. When Lavinia gets ladylike, and in the process “becomes” Christines, there is no left to play Ezra, and to fill this character’s vacuum Orin turns out to be more similar to his dad. So it is apparent in this play O’Neill’s characters frequently trade their jobs.
The principle weight of society in the play is borne by the male characters. The more seasoned man in the Mannon family is for the most part blameworthy of adoring Marie Brantome, Adam Brant’s mom egotistically and ruinously. Ezra Mannon is blameworthy of letting Marie kick the bucket unsaid, and he rehashes this wrongdoing when he executed Christine’s adoration for him during their marriage.
In Grieving Becomes Electra O’Neill into the full stretch of clear story plan. He has come to what in particular is so uncommon in Northern craftsmanship.