The Essential G. B. Shaw: Celebrated Plays, Novels, Personal Letters, Essays & Articles (eBook)
Pygmalion, Mrs. Warren'S Profession, Candida, Arms And The Man, Man And Superman, Caesar And Cleopatra, Androcles And The Lion, The New York Times Art
Sobre o livro
This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was an Irish playwright, essayist, novelist and short story writer and wrote more than 60 plays. He is the only person to have been awarded both a Nobel Prize in Literature (1925) and an Academy Award (1938), for his contributions to literature and for his work on the film Pygmalion (an adaptation of his own play)Content:Novels:Cashel Byron's ProfessionAn Unsocial SocialistLove Among The ArtistsThe Irrational KnotPlays:Widowers' HousesThe PhilandererMrs. Warren's ProfessionThe Man Of DestinyArms And The ManCandidaYou Never Can TellThe Devil's DiscipleCaptain Brassbound's ConversionCaesar And CleopatraThe Gadfly or The Son of the CardinalThe Admirable BashvilleMan And SupermanJohn Bull's Other IslandHow He Lied To Her HusbandMajor BarbaraPassion, Poison, And PetrifactionThe Doctor's DilemmaThe Interlude At The PlayhouseGetting MarriedThe Shewing-Up Of Blanco PosnetPress CuttingsMisallianceThe Dark Lady Of The SonnetsFanny's First PlayAndrocles And The LionOverruledPygmalionGreat CatherineThe Music CureO'Flaherty, V. C.Macbeth SkitGlastonbury SkitThe Inca Of PerusalemAugustus Does His BitSkit For The Tiptaft RevueAnnajanska, The Bolshevik EmpressHeartbreak HouseBack To MethuselahWar IndemnitiesWhat do Men of Letters Say?On SocialismThe Miraculous RevengeQuintessence Of IbsenismBasis of SocialismThe Transition to Social DemocracyThe Impossibilities Of AnarchismThe Perfect WagneriteLetter to Beatrice WebbThe New TheologyMemories of Oscar WildeThe Revolutionist's Handbook And Pocket CompanionMaxims For RevolutionistsThe New TheologyHow to Write A Popular PlayMemories of Oscar WildeGeorge Bernard ShawThe Quintessence of ShawOld and New Masters...