John Bull's Other Island
Shaw s story is rife with such beyond opinions , as an Anglo-Irish Protestant, a Dubliner in London, and a socialist living in the aftermath of the industrial revolution. In one sense, as a Protestant choosing to live in London, he is a John Bull, yet he remains Irish an Irish Bull, something alluded to in his one play set in Eire, John Bull s Other Island.
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Mr. Shaw may well have been one of those Irishmen that doesn't like Ireland. But he was a Dublin protestant, and very popular in England. But comparing the play, and a lot of what has happened since ... Read full review