Long Day's Journey Into Night

Relationship between father and sons in the play Long day's journey into night

describe the Relationship between father and sons in the play Long day's journey into night

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The most explicit father-son relationship in this story is probably that of James Tyrone and his father. Even though it is not fleshed out in detail, the effects of the latter's abandonment are manifested in Tyrone's intense work ethic and appreciation of money. This, in turn, affects his relationship with his own children.