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George Bernard Shaw
Birth date: July 26, 1856
Died: November 02, 1950
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Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
I have to admit that I really didn't get into this play all that much, but then again I can't expect to like every one of Shaw's plays (I know that is the case with Shakespeare and the Greek playwrights). I guess there are a couple of reasons as to why I didn't particularly like this one, though one...
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
Well, even though it has been included in the collection of Shavian plays known as Play's Pleasant, I was a little surprised to discover that this particular play was written at almost the opposite end of Shaw's career to the first play – Arms & the Man. Anyway, I was making my way to Adelaide by tr...
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
If we don't count the National Theatre version of Man and Superman that I watched in the cinema this would be the first Shavian play that I have seen performed (though I would add the word live considering the National Theatre version was videoed and then distributed around the world, which I have t...
LeahSL rated it 9 years ago
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Inked Brownies rated it 10 years ago
Lovely book, I laughed out loud several times at the precious Mr. Doolittle and egocentric Mr. Higgins, the latter being just the type of man whom I can't stand one bit, yet secretly hoping he's going to fall madly in love with me anyways. Even though I didn't find evidence of it anywhere in the bo...
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