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This book combines the insights of thirteen Shavian scholars as they examine the themes of marriage, relationships and partnerships throughout all of Bernard Shaw’s major works. It also connects Shaw’s own experiences of love and marriage to the themes that emerge in his works, showing how his personal relationships in and out of matrimonial bonds change the ways his characters enter and exit marriages and misalliances. While providing a wealth of new analysis, this collection of essays also leaves lingering questions for the reader to spark continuing dialogue in both individual and academic settings.
Number of Pages: 229
Genre: Performing Arts, Literary Criticism
Series Title: Bernard Shaw and His Contemporaries
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Street Date: October 26, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-40-5572
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