"Candida" is the story of its title character, a woman who is married to the Reverend Morell. Candida is a woman of many talents and her husband has his wife to thank for much of his success. When a young man by the name of Marchbanks professes his love for Candida, Morell must reexamine his relationship with his wife and ultimately discovers a side to her that he never knew existed. "Candida" is a play written during a time of great empowerment of women and Shaw brilliantly offers up Candida as an example of a strong and intelligent woman.
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Review: CandidaUser Review - JM - Goodreads
December of Drama 2015, day 22 "I might as well take a minute or two To put you onto some game You want a boy like him, a man like me, And that's just not the same." --Bonafied Lovin, by Chromeo Did I ... Read full review
Review: CandidaUser Review - Goodreads
A play that exposes Shaw's ideas about women and about how he viewed life in general. Shaw on women: 1. Women belong to themselves, not to their men, which is a cool early feminist idea. 2. Women in ... Read full review