George Bernard Shaw
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The book traces in some detail Shaw's work as a critic (puritanical opposition to Shakespeare) and as a dramatist.
G K Chesterton was ideally placed to write this critical biography of the literary works and political views of George Bernard Shaw. He was a personal friend and yet an ardent opponent of Shaw's progressive socialism. The lightness of tone and the humour of his other works are equ... More
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