INDEX
Achurch, Janet, 66
Admirable Bashville, The, 89, 100
Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God, The, 34, 101
Alexander, George, 9
Androcles and the Lion, 3, 5, 22, 49, 51-56, 61, 109, 123
Apple Cart, The, 65, 73-74
Archer, William, 85, 104, 130
Arms and the Man, 12, 36, 74, 79, 123, 126
Asquith, Herbert, 10
Asquith, Margot, 10
Astor, Lady, 46-48, 68, 71, 72, 111, 112, 132
Astor, Lord, 47
Aveling, Edward, 32
Ayot St. Lawrence, 65, 67, 73, 83, 88-89, 93, 101
Back to Methuselah, 34, 49, 87, 123-124
Balfour, Arthur J., 10, 114
Banking and credit, Shaw on, 41-45
Barrie, James M., 5, 13, 31, 50, 52, 57
Bax, Belfort, 35
Beerbohm, Max, 50, 106
Beethoven, 85
Bennett, Arnold, 15
Bernhardt, Sarah, 10
Besant, Annie, 31, 74
Bland, Hubert, 24-25, 28, 112-113
Bolitho, Hector, 21
Brookfield, Charles, 57
Buoyant Billions, 108, 112
Caesar and Cleopatra, 101, 123, 126
Caine, Hall, 13
Calthrop, Dion Clayton, 51
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick, 30-31, 33, 65, 73-74
Candida, 21, 51
Cannan, Gilbert, 13
Captain Brassbound's Conversion, 11
Cashel Byron's Profession, 89
Chapman, George, 95, 97, 100
Chesterton, G. K., 14, 50
Clarke, Sir Edward, 16
Cochran, C. B., 94
Commonsense About the War, 3
Communism, 63-64, 108, 112-113
Consuelo, Agnes, 21
Critic, Shaw as, 10-11
Cumberland, Gerald, 4
Daly, Arnold, 15
Davidson, John, 35
Democracy, Shaw on, 86-87
Democratic Federation, 25, 26
Devil's Disciple, The, 20, 21
De Walden, Lord Howard, 49, 51
Dickens, Charles, 67, 89, 102
Doctor's Dilemma, The, 3, 27, 34, 123, 126, 131
Douglas, Lord Alfred, 97-98
Douglas, Major, 43-44
Doyle, Conan, 13, 67, 82
Dramatists Club, 12-13
Dress, Shaw's attitude to, 9-10
Dublin, Honorary Freeman of, 91, 132
Dukes, Ashley, 66
Duncan, Isadora, 74-75
Duse, Eleanora, 10
Eadie, Dennis, 52
Elgar, Sir Edward, 77
Everybody's Political What's What, 78- 79
Everyman Theatre, 17, 18
Fabian essays, 21
Fabian Society, 21-23, 25, 27, 28, 63, 112, 125, 130-131
Fanny's First Play, 21, 51
Farr, Florence, 19
Fascism, 63-64
Father of G.B.S., 8, 108, 130
Forbes, Norman, 16
Forbes-Robertson, Lady, 16
Forbes-Robertson, Johnston, 16, 114
Garrick, David, 94-95
Getting Married, 123, 126
Goethe, 76
Gosse, Sir Edmund, 12
Granville-Barker, Harley, 3, 15, 16, 49, 50, 51-54, 56-58, 85, 93-94, 105, 109, 112, 113-115, 122, 131

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  • Title Page iii
  • To Eleanor O'Connell v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Trials of a Biographer 1
  • I. a Back Number 3
  • 3. the Mythical G.B.S. 5
  • 4. Lies and Libels 8
  • 5. No Laughing Matter 13
  • 6. Sexless Appeal 21
  • 10. a Shavian Production 45
  • A Postscript 59
  • 11. Shaw Criticizes His Biographer 61
  • 13. Stella and Isadora 73
  • 15. a New Alphabet 75
  • 16. Playwright or Propagandist? 79
  • 17. Shaw Dictates His Obituary 84
  • 18. Pilgrims at Ayot 86
  • 9 Three Score Years and Thirty 88
  • 20. a Bardic Battle 90
  • 23. Bewitched 103
  • Aspects of Shaw 117
  • 24. the Man 119
  • 26. the Reformer 122
  • 27. His First Appearance 125
  • 28. an Obituary 127
  • 29. the Modern Methuselah 133
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