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  1. The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism, Capitalism, Sovietism and Fascism (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) by George Bernard Shaw, 1995-07-27
  2. Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw, 2009-10-04
  3. Unsocial Socialist by George Bernard Shaw, 2007-10-23
  4. Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw, 2002-07-01
  5. My Fair Lady: (Pygmalion) by George Bernard Shaw, 2009-09-23
  6. The Doctor's Dilemma by George Bernard Shaw, 2005-07-01
  7. The Wit and Wisdom of George Bernard Shaw by George Bernard Shaw, 2011-01-20
  8. Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw, 2009-10-04
  9. The Portable Bernard Shaw (Viking Portable Library) by George Bernard Shaw, 1977-09-29
  10. Fanny's First Play by George Bernard Shaw, 2007-10-23
  11. A Treatise on Parents and Children (Webster's English Thesaurus Edition) by George Bernard Shaw, 2008-05-29
  12. Works of George Bernard Shaw (30+ Works) Pygmalion, Major Barbara, Candida, The Irrational Knot, An Unsocial Socialist & more (mobi) by George Bernard Shaw, 2008-07-24
  13. Press Cuttings by George Bernard Shaw, 2007-10-23
  14. Bernard Shaw's Preface to Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw, 2006-11-03

21. Star Trek Shaw, George Bernard
18561950. English social philosopher and journalist admired by Species 8472's Valerie Archer, who owned a collection of his works. Chakotay used a Shaw quote to gain Archer's
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22. You Never Can Tell By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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23. Shaw, George Bernard
Mark Twain A Public Image as Tailored as His February 10, 2010 loved living author, visited England in a blaze of glory. Among the fellow literary lights he met
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A selective list of online literary criticism for George Bernard George Bernard Shaw "Seldom can any author have taken Horace's dictum that the artist should delight and instruct as seriously as did Bernard Shaw. The notion of art for art's sake, the guiding principle for so many writers of his generation, repelled him." In the New Criterion, Sept. 1993 Chothia, Jean An introduction to George Bernard Shaw from the Literary Encyclopedia, 20 November 2001. Cox, Gareth Shaw and The Don ... see more A selective list of online literary criticism for George Bernard George Bernard Shaw "Seldom can any author have taken Horace's dictum that the artist should delight and instruct as seriously as did

24. Shaw, George Bernard
Shaw, George Bernard International importance. In Man and Superman (performed 1905) Shaw expounded his philosophy that humanity is the latest stage in a purposeful and eternal
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International importance.
In Man and Superman (performed 1905) Shaw expounded his philosophy that humanity is the latest stage in a purposeful and eternal evolutionary movement of the "life force" toward ever-higher life forms. The play's hero, Jack Tanner, is bent on pursuing his own spiritual development in accordance with this philosophy as he flees the determined marital pursuit of the heroine, Ann Whitefield. In the end Jack ruefully allows himself to be captured in marriage by Ann upon recognizing that she herself is a powerful instrument of the "life force," since the continuation and thus the destiny of the human race lies ultimately in her and other women's reproductive capacity. The play's nonrealistic third act, the "Don Juan in Hell" dream scene, is spoken theatre at its most operatic and is often performed independently as a separate piece. Shaw had already become established as a major playwright on the Continent by the performance of his plays there, but, curiously, his reputation lagged in England. It was only with the production of John Bull's Other Island (performed 1904) in London, with a special performance for Edward VII, that Shaw's stage reputation was belatedly made in England.

25. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
Text of the play from Bartleby.com.
http://www.bartleby.com/138/
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Corbis The English have no respect for their language, and will not teach their children to speak it. They spell it so abominably that no man can teach himself what it sounds like. Bernard
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Pygmalion Bernard Shaw Pygmalion plays on the complex business of human relationships in a social world. Phonetics Professor Henry Higgins tutors the very Cockney Eliza Doolittle, not only in the refinement of speech, but also in the refinement of her manner. When the end result produces a very ladylike Miss Doolittle, the lessons learned become much more far reaching. The successful musical My Fair Lady was based on this Bernard Shaw classic.

26. What's New
Genre Play (101 pp.) Keywords Death and Dying, DoctorPatient Relationship, History of Medicine, History of Science, Human Worth, Humor and Illness/Disability, Medical Ethics, Medical
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27. Shaw, Bernard. 1903. Man And Superman
Complete e-text at Bartleby the Scrivener archives.
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Man and Superman A Comedy and a Philosophy Bernard Shaw Man and Superman contains the almost equally famous dream sequence of Don Juan in Hell. Search: C ONTENTS Bibliographic Record CAMBRIDGE, MASS.: THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1903
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28. Bernard Shaw - 'Major Barbara'
Book review by Anna Hassapi.
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Read Bernard Shaws Major Barbara, and you will be surprised as to how easily you will be convinced that poverty is the worst of our crimes, that the Church is the instrument of capitalism, and that real progress can only be achieved by the power of gunpowder. With the strategy of Shavian paradox (where the hero is really the villain and vice versa) Shaw makes an excellent case for private enterprise socialism , and is very convincing in asserting that the end justifies the means.

29. George Bernard Shaw - Free Online Library
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George Bernard Shaw was born in Dublin, Ireland, where he grew up in something close to genteel poverty. "I am a typical Irishman; my family came from Yorkshire," Shaw once said. His father, George Carr Shaw, was in the wholesale grain trade. Lucinda Elisabeth (Gurly) Shaw, his mother, was the daughter of an impoverished landowner. She was sixteen years younger than her husband. George Carr was a drunkard - his example prompted his son to become a teetotaler. When he died in 1885, his children and wife did not attend his funeral. Young Shaw and his two sisters were brought up mostly by servants. Shaw's mother eventually left the family at home to teach music and singing in London. In 1866 the family moved to a better neighborhood. Shaw went to the Wesleyan Connexional School, and then moved to a private school near Dalkey, and from there to Dublin's Central Model School. Shaw finished his formal education at the Dublin English Scientific and Commercial Day School. At the age of fifteen, he started to work as a junior clerk. In 1876 he went to London, joining his sister and mother. Shaw did not return to Ireland for nearly thirty years. During the next two years Shaw educated himself at the British Museum. He began his literary career by writing music, drama criticism, and novels, including the semi-autobiographical

30. Androcles And The Lion By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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Author Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 Title Androcles and the Lion Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject English drama (Comedy) Category Text EBook-No. Release Date May 1, 2003 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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31. Shaw, George Bernard
(George) Bernard Shaw (July 26, 1856 – November 2, 1950) was an Irish playwright who, at the height of his fame, won the Nobel Prize in Literature as well an Academy Award
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (George Berkeley) Next (George Best) George Bernard Shaw (George) Bernard Shaw (July 26, 1856 – November 2, 1950) was an Irish playwright who, at the height of his fame, won the Nobel Prize in Literature as well an Academy Award for screenwriting. (Shaw never used his first name "George" personally or professionally: he was "Bernard Shaw" throughout his long career. Since his death it has become customary to use all three of his names, even in reference works.) Shaw is often cited as the most frequently-staged playwright after William Shakespeare . Although this may be a slight exaggeration, Shaw is unquestionably the most important playwright in the English language since the Bard. Influenced by Ibsen and other modern playwrights, Shaw introduced a new, realistic style of drama to the English theater. Unlike Ibsen, Chekhov, or even Eugene O'Neill , however, Shaw is unique among modern playwrights because of his ferocious sense of humor and his pervading (if vague) belief in a higher morality. Although his plays, like those of his contemporaries, dwell upon shocking and often gloomy subject-matter, Shaw is perhaps the only major playwright of his generation to navigate the horrors of the first half of the twentieth century without falling into pessimism and despair. His plays, at times fiercely ironic, and at times heartrendingly sincere, are among the most entertaining, enduring, and moving works of high drama ever produced in the English language.

32. Annajanska, The Bolshevik Empress By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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Author Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 Title Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject English drama (Comedy) Subject World War, 1914-1918 Drama Subject Communism Drama Subject Nobility Drama Subject Soviet Union Drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Oct 1, 2002 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. George Bernard Shaw British playwright (born in Ireland); founder of the Fabian Society (1856-1950)
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34. Pygmalion By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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Author Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 Title Pygmalion Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Comedies Subject Speech and social status Drama Subject London (England) Drama Subject Linguistics teachers Drama Subject Social classes Drama Subject Flower vending Drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 1, 2003 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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35. Overruled By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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36. Shaw, George Bernard - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Shaw
Shaw, George Bernard (1856–1950) Irish dramatist, critic, and novelist, and an early member of the socialist Fabian Society, although he resigned in 1911.
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37. Candida By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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38. Shaw, George Bernard | Define Shaw, George Bernard At Dictionary.com
Cultural Dictionary Shaw, George Bernard (G. B. S.) An Irish author of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; he spent most of his career in England . A playwright
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39. Man And Superman By Bernard Shaw - Project Gutenberg
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Quotation Search Results Author Shaw, George Bernard Democracy is a form of government that substitutes election by the incompetent
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