George Bernard Shaw in context

@inproceedings{Kent2015GeorgeBS,
  title={George Bernard Shaw in context},
  author={Brad Kent},
  year={2015}
}
When Shaw died in 1950, the world lost one of its most well-known authors, a revolutionary who was as renowned for his personality as he was for his humour, humanity, and rebellious thinking. He remains a compelling figure who deserves attention not only for how influential he was in his time but also for how relevant he is to ours. This collection sets Shaw’s life and achievements in context, with forty-two chapters devoted to subjects that interested him and defined his work. Contributors… Expand
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