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SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, Vol. 15

Edited by Fred Crawford

BUY

244 pages
6" × 9"
1995

SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, Vol. 15

Edited by Fred Crawford

 

  • Bio
  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects

Fred D. Crawford is the author of Mixing Memory and Desire: "The Waste Land" and British Novels (Penn State, 1982) and British Poets of the Great War (1988).

Contents

Notices

The Shavian Milieu

Katie Samuel: Shaw's Flameless "Old Flame"/Dan H. Laurence

Shaw, Chesterton, and Magic/T. F. Evans

Edy Craig and the Pioneer Players' Production of Mrs Warren's Profession/James Fisher

Hong Kong in Buoyant Billions: The Exotic in Bernard Shaw/Kay Li

Critical Contexts

Shaw and Yeats: Two Irishmen Divided by a Common Language/R. F. Dietrich

Ruskin and Form in Fanny's First Play/Peter Gahan

Ideology, Utopia, and Faith: Shaw, Ricoeur, and the Passion for the Possible/Howard Ira Einsohn

Shavian Production

Trusting the Author/Bernard F. Dukore

Making Sense of Shaw: Newton at the Shaw Festival, 1980–1993/Lisbie Rae

"Only a Woman" in Arms and the Man/David K. Sauer

Pursuing Shaw

Bernard F. Burgunder: Collector of Genius/Margot Peters

In Search of Shaw: An Interview with Dan Laurence/Leon Hugo

SHAVIAN TEXT

Shaw's Diary Fragments: Some Additions/Stanley Weintraub

Bernard Shaw's "Unavoidable Subject"/Flora C. Buckalew

Toast to Albert Einstein/Bernard Shaw (edited by Fred D. Crawford)

Reviews

A Continuing Checklist of Shaviana/John R. Pfeiffer

Contributors

Also of Interest

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