The Portable Bernard Shaw
The complete texts of The Devil's Disciple, Pygmalion, In the Beginning, Heartbreak House, and Shakes Versus Shav are combined with letters, articles, reviews, and other writings representing the spectrum of Shaw's career
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1910), and Fanny's First Play (1911) are examples of the genre—dramatized
debates on marriage, parents and children, and women's rights, respectively.
Misalliance has since shown remarkable vivacity in revival as a period farce,
while the ...
Bernard Shaw Stanley Weintraub. THE PLOT “Would it be indiscreet to ask you to
lift a corner of the curtain prematurely, and give some notion of the plot of the play
?” - “The play has no plot. Surely nobody expects a play by ...
As to the first play, it produced such an astonishing effect when I read it to an
audience consisting mostly of women that I never ventured on the experiment
again. I gather that it missed fire with you. It may be so with your public; but I
assure you ...
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Gift from Cheryl, April 1990, inscribed as follows: "To the wonderful man I married with all my love and all my life forever. Your loving wife, always, Cheryl. This book is in remembrance of our beautiful honeymoon!" Read full review
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