G. B. S. 90: Aspects of Bernard Shaw's Life and Work

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G. B. S. 90

Aspects of Bernard Shaw's Life and Work

SIR MAX BEERBOHM JOHN MASEFIELD, O.M. J. D. BERNAL, F.R.S. GILBERT MURRAY, O.M. W. R. INGE LAURENCE HOUSMAN LORD PASSFIELD, O.M. JAMES BRIDIE C. E. M. JOAD J. B. PRIESTLEY ALDOUS HUXLEY SIR WILLIAM HALEY LORD DUNSANY MAURICE DOBB EDWARD J. DENT VAL GIELGUD EMIL DAVIES ROY LIMBERT DANIEL JONES A. S. NEILL SIR KENNETH BARNES GABRIEL PASCAL M. J. MACMANUS J. C. TREWIN S. I. HSIUNG H. G. WELLS

Edited by S. Winsten

DODD, MEAD & COMPANY NEW YORK--1946

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • A FOREWORD 9
  • Introduction 15
  • SHAW'S IRISH BOYHOOD 33
  • LORD PASSFIELD, O. M. (SIDNEY WEBB) "EVERYWHERE I GAINED SOMETHING" 54
  • LAURENCE HOUSMAN G.B.S. AND THE VICTORIANS 55
  • J. B. PRIESTLEY G.B.S.--SOCIAL CRITIC 59
  • A LETTER FROM H. G. WELLS 67
  • SHAW'S PHILOSOPHY 69
  • SHAW AS DRAMATIST (including a Surrealist Life of G.B.S.) 98
  • A PERMANENT QUALITY 119
  • SHAW THE SCIENTIST 120
  • SHAW AS A THEOLOGIAN 139
  • CORNO DI BASSETTO 156
  • BERNARD SHAW AND ECONOMICS 170
  • SHAW AND EDUCATION 183
  • G.B.S. AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 200
  • C.B.S. AND PHONETICS 209
  • SHAW AS A WIT 213
  • THE STRIPLING AND THE SAGE 222
  • BERNARD SHAW AND THE RADIO 227
  • G.B.S. AND THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ARTS 231
  • ROY LIMBERT Director of the Malvern Festival THE INSPIRATION OF SHAW 242
  • GABRIEL PASCAL SHAW AS A SCENARIO WRITER 255
  • S. I. HSIUNG THROUGH EASTERN EYES 261
  • ALDOUS HUXLEY A BIRTHDAY WISH 270
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