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Major Barbara and Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaw and the Dual Purposes of his Characters

The first George Bernard Shaw play I read was “Pygmalion,” which is his most famous and possibly most accessible work and I was completely enchanted. He has a gift for smuggling in all sorts of didactic points to a story that is delightful on its own. 1,219 more words

George Bernard Shaw

JOURNEY'S END: A War Film Made by Those Who Lived It

The most powerful war movie I ever saw was the least bloody—perhaps because the writer and director had barely escaped the battlefield themselves.

After penning a few drawing-room dramas during the 1920s, playwright R.C. 1,488 more words


George Bernard Shaw- As an Iconoclast

Dr. Chirag M. Patel

(Asst. Professor – Shree J. M. Patel Institute of PG Studies & Research in Humanities, India)



This Research Paper aims to highlight the elements revolution… 52 more words

Articles On Literature

You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.

George Bernard Shaw

My Life

Changing Our Perspective About Change

Change. It seems to be the major theme of our mid-20’s. Or some may argue that change is the theme of life.

I can’t help but notice all the changes that have occurred over the past several years. 414 more words