Citations with the tag: SHAW, Bernard, 1856-1950

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  • DECEMBER QUOTE AND QUESTION.
    Helperin, Sandy // Folk Dance Scene; Dec2007/Jan2008, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p16 

    The article presents a quote from George Bernard Shaw on how to overcome the fear on dancing.

  • PREFACE TO THE AMERICAN EDITION OF 1905.
    Helperin, Sandy // Irrational Knot: Being the Second Novel of His Nonage; 3/1/2006, p1 

    A preface to the 1905 American Edition of the book "The Irrational Knot," by Bernard Shaw is presented.

  • ACT I.
    Shaw, George Bernard // Major Barbara (ICON Group International, Inc.); 2006, p41 

    The article presents Act 1 of the play "Major Barbara," by George Bernard Shaw.

  • ACT II.
    Shaw, George Bernard // Major Barbara (ICON Group International, Inc.); 2006, p73 

    The article presents Act II of the play "Major Barbara," by George Bernard Shaw.

  • ACT III.
    Shaw, George Bernard // Major Barbara (ICON Group International, Inc.); 2006, p129 

    The article presents Act III of the play "Major Barbara," by George Bernard Shaw.

  • Pygmalion.
    Shaw, George Bernard // Scholastic Scope; 2/4/2008, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p6 

    The article presents the script of the play "Pygmalion," by George Bernard Shaw.

  • INTRODUCTION: THE EVOLUTION OF SHAVIAN CONSCIOUSNESS.
    Crawford, MaryAnn K.; Pharand, Michel W. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2007, Vol. 27, p1 

    The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Stanley Weintraub on the historical stage of the minidrama by George Bernard Shaw titled "The King, the Constitution and the Lady" and another by A. M. Gibbs on the contributions of George Bernard Shaw to...

  • 'My way of joking is to tell the truth'
    Widgery, David // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 10/12/91, Vol. 303 Issue 6807, p930 

    Focuses on the biography of Bernard Shaw, socialist, written by Michael Holroyd. Works of Shaw; Career highlights of Shaw; Contribution of Shaw on health care services.

  • G.B.S.: the life George Bernard Shaw.
    Allen, Brooke // New Criterion; Sep93, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p38 

    Discusses the life of author George Bernard Shaw. Early childhood; Political leanings; Development as a journalist; Productive period as a playwright; Involvement in politics.

  • George Bernard Shaw.
    Calhoon, Edward // Smithsonian; Jan91, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p18 

    Presents a letter to the editor about George Bernard Shaw.

  • The Playwright in Spite of Himself.
    Morrow, Laurie // World & I; May2003, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p242 

    Profiles British playwright George Bernard Shaw, who considers disrespect for authority as the theme of his life. Family background; Discovery of socialism which impacted his literary career; Way in which Shaw paid for his bills.

  • 'We don't need star names.'
    Lamb, Gregory M. // Christian Science Monitor; 8/31/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 195, p16 

    Looks at the Shaw Festival, which celebrates the works of George Bernard Shaw, in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

  • Shaw Festival Establishes Gabriel Pascal Memorial Fund.
    Lamb, Gregory M. // Stage Directions; Oct2010, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p6 

    The article reports on the launching of the Gabriel Pascal Memorial Fund by Shaw Festival in honor of Bernard Shaw in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario.

  • Shaw, George Bernard.
    Maxwell-Mahon, W.D. // Lantern; Aug90, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p24 

    Profiles dramatist George Bernard Shaw. His family background; Career history; Information on some of his plays; Personal description of Shaw.

  • Shakespearean shambles, festive Shavians.
    Simon, J. // New York; 9/5/88, Vol. 21 Issue 34, p59 

    Play reviews of eight George Bernard Shaw plays being performed at Niagara-on-the-Lake in Canada.

  • Small museums.
    Heydt, Bruce // British Heritage; Nov2002, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p54 

    Focuses on the museum of playwright George Bernard Shaw in London, England. Historical profile; Description of the Shaw's Corner; Bequethal of the house to the National Trust.

  • Personal View.
    Rollin, Henry R. // British Medical Journal; 4/19/75, Vol. 2 Issue 5963, p136 

    Comments on the influence of councillor George Bernard Shaw to the course of social and medical history in Great Britain. Campaign for better sanitation; Passion about serum doctors and the animal experiments by Shaw; Assessment on the play 'The Doctor's Dilemma' written by George Bernard Shaw.

  • A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2012, Vol. 32, p194 

    A bibliography on the works of and about the life of George Bernard Shaw is presented including "The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God," by Bernard Shaw, "Bernard Shaw and the Aesthetes," by Elsie Adams and "The World Republic of Letters," by Pascale Casanova.

  • Still the man of destiny?
    Lavender, A. // New Statesman & Society; 4/24/92, Vol. 5 Issue 199, p35 

    Reviews several events related to playwright George Bernard Shaw. `In Close-up,' an exhibition of Shaviana at the National Portrait Gallery; Production of his play `Heartbreak House,' at the Theatre Royal; Production of `Pygmalion' at the National Theatre.

  • A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2009, Vol. 29, p242 

    A list of publications related to author George Bernard Shaw are presented, including the books "Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations," "George Bernard Shaw: His Plays," by Henry Louis Mencken, and "Bernard Shaw and His Publishers," edited by Michel W. Pharand.

  • G.B.S.: 1856-1950.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Time; 11/13/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 20, p32 

    The article presents an obituary for playwright George Bernard Shaw.

  • "I'm Done".
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Time; 11/13/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 20, p34 

    The article presents an obituary for playwright George Bernard Shaw.

  • Pshaw!
    Lipman, Samuel // American Scholar; Autumn82, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p513 

    Discusses writer George Bernard Shaw's involvement with music and music criticism over his whole life. Piano skills; Role as an accompanist for various semiprofessional activities; Writings about music; Discussion of the issue in the book 'Shaw's Music: The Complete Musical Criticism';...

  • SHAW: THE BELLICOSE PACIFIST.
    Lenker, Lagretta Tallent // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2008, Vol. 28, p1 

    The article introduces the essays published in the issue regarding the issue theme of Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw and war, including ones by David Satran, Stanley Weintraub, Joy Pasini, John Emigh, Lauren Arrington, Murray Biggs, Howard Einsohn, Christopher Innes, Brigitte Bogar, Hannes...

  • A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2008, Vol. 28, p272 

    A list of publications by and about Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw, published around 2007 or 2008, is presented, including editions of Shaw's "The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God," "Androcles and the Lion," and "Arms and the Man."

  • Parthian Shot.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Time;  

    The article focuses on the message created by author George Bernard Shaw for the 30th anniversary of "Cherwell," an Oxford literary magazine.

  • Inform better.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Quill; Apr94, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p6 

    Reports on CNN newsman Bernard Shaw's opinion that newspapers inform better than the television. Shaw as recipient of William Allen White Award at University of Kansas; Percentage of Americans who are underinformed; Printed word as the essence of journalism.

  • Shaw drama at British Library.
    St. Lifer, Evan; Rogers, Michael // Library Journal; 9/1/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 14, p121 

    Reveals a dispute between the British Library and the British Museum over inheritance money from George Bernard Shaw's estate. What Shaw's will states; Estimate of amount of money involved.

  • A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies;  

    A bibliography of books by George Bernard Shaw, an Irish dramatist, is presented, and includes also works about him, periodicals related to Shaw studies, and dissertations and theses on Shaw.

  • ONE WORLD.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Teaching Tolerance; Spring2009, Issue 35, p64 

    The article presents a quote from the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw expressing his opinion that his life belongs to the community and he lives to do good for his community.

  • Great Thinkers and Grief What they had to say about: Facing Mortality.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Canadian Funeral News; Jun2011, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p79 

    The article presents quotes on facing mortality from great thinkers who includes playwright George Bernard Shaw, reverend doctor Edgar N. Jackson, and Henry Scott Holland.

  • Ontario's Flourishing Shaw Festival.
    Henkin, Stephen // World & I; Oct2000, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p70 

    Highlights the works of playwright George Bernard Shaw which was presented in the Shaw Festival Theater in Ontario. History of the Shaw Festival Theater Foundation; Information on the plays presented in the theater; Goal of the theater.

  • Shaws for all seasons.
    Weales, Gerald // Sewanee Review; Spring97, Vol. 105 Issue 2, p273 

    Studies the collections of works of Irish author Bernard Shaw taken from various books. Acquaintance with Gerard Manley Hopkins; Conflicting views of the man and his works; Essays on homosexuality; Intellectual comparison of Shaw with H.G. Wells.

  • And Now a Diary: More Achievements of Shaw Scholarship.
    Richardson, Betty // Papers on Language & Literature; Winter88, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p98 

    Discusses several books concerning the works of playwright Bernard Shaw. 'Bernard Shaw A Bibliography,' by Dan H. Laurence; 'Bernard Shaw and Alfred Douglas: A Correspondence,' edited by Mary Hyde; Relationship of Shaw to popular culture.

  • A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA.
    Pfeiffer, John R. // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies; 2011, Vol. 31, p253 

    A bibliography on publications related to playwright Bernard Shaw as of 2011 is presented, including the books "Fabian Essays," by Bernard Shaw, and "The Playwright as Thinker," fourth edition, by Eric Bentley, and the electronic book "Oswald Mosley and the New Party," by Matthew Worley.

  • BERNARD SHAW -- PHOTOGRAPHER.
    Mortimer, Molly // Contemporary Review; Apr1991, Vol. 258 Issue 1503, p211 

    Pays tribute to the late photographer Bernard Shaw.

  • CHAPTER XX.
    Mortimer, Molly // Irrational Knot: Being the Second Novel of His Nonage; 3/1/2006, p195 

    Book IV, Chapter XX of "The Irrational Knot," by Bernard Shaw is presented. It explores on the time where Sholto Douglas returned to England in the ship carrying Marian's letter to her cousin Elinor McQuinch. It highlights the conversation of Lady Constance and Marmaduke upon seeing Douglas...

  • CHAPTER XXI.
    Mortimer, Molly // Irrational Knot: Being the Second Novel of His Nonage; 3/1/2006, p204 

    Book IV, Chapter XIX of "The Irrational Knot," by Bernard Shaw is presented. It explores on the letter of Sholto Douglas to his mother Eliza Douglas as he pass through London on his way to Brussels. It highlights the hysterical reaction of Sholto's mother upon reading his letter and their...

  • THE MIRACULOUS REVENGE.
    Shaw, Bernard // Miraculous Revenge; 3/ 1/2008, p2 

    The book "The Miraculous Revenge," by Bernard Shaw is presented.

  • Introduction to the First Edition.
    Chestertor, Gilbert K. // George Bernard Shaw (Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundati; 3/ 1/2008, p4 

    The article discusses various issues published within the book "GEORGE BERNARD SHAW" including one on Bernard Shaw himself and the other on those people who agreed and disagreed him.

  • The Progressive.
    Chestertor, Gilbert K. // George Bernard Shaw (Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundati; 3/ 1/2008, p17 

    Chapter 4 of the book "GEORGE BERNARD SHAW" is presented. It explores his brief family background in Dublin, Ireland and that includes his father, George Carr Shaw, a civil servant and their religion as a Protestant. It highlights how Bernard Shaw's literary works have caused several...

  • GLOSSARY.
    Chestertor, Gilbert K. // Major Barbara (ICON Group International, Inc.); 2006, p183 

    A glossary of words used in the play "Major Barbara," by George Bernard Shaw is presented.

  • LITERATURE AND ARTS.
    Doyle, Louis F. // America; 9/29/1956, Vol. 95 Issue 26, p621 

    The article examines the literary style of Irish playwright and critic George Bernard Shaw. It cites Shaw's thesis that the Irishman is the realist, while the Englishman is the sentimentalist. It mentions some criticisms leveled against Shaw, such as Beatrice Webb's claim that Shaw is a great...

  • A Capitalistic Clown.
    Doyle, Louis F. // America; 9/12/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 23, p534 

    The article focuses on the actuations of George Bernard Shaw in Soviets, in relation to the international relations among England, Soviet Unions and the U.S. It states that Mr. Shaw was dined and wined by the Soviets and discovered that Russians were enjoying with him. Information about the...

  • BERNARD SHAW, MISS ALLIANCE AND MISS COTTERILL.
    Everding, Robert G. // English Language Notes; Jun88, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p73 

    Analyzes the characterization of parent-child relationship in the book 'Misalliance,' by Bernard Shaw. Influence of Shaw's conjugal life on the theme; Significance of hoydenish adolescent Erica Cotterill on the lives of the Shaw's; Information on the play 'A Professional Socialist,' by Cotterill.

  • QUERIES.
    Everding, Robert G. // American Notes & Queries; Sep75, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p9 

    Presents queries of readers of journal 'American Notes & Queries,' as of September 1975. Query about the origin of quotation found in the work of poet Samuel Longfellow; Reference for the Poets of American Society of Washington, D.C.; Request for information on George Bernard Shaw by the...

  • IN A VERY MINOR KEY.
    Gibbs, Wolcott // New Yorker; 10/27/1956, Vol. 32 Issue 36, p107 

    The article reviews the play "The Apple Cart," directed by George Bernard Shaw in the U.S. in 1929.

  • Diversity within Shavian parameters.
    MacFarlane, Teri // Performing Arts & Entertainment in Canada; Spring96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p10 

    Focuses on the 1996 Shaw Festival. Artistic Director Christopher Newton's programming; Specialization in the works of George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries; Popularity of the play `Rashomon,' by Fay and Michael Kanin. INSET: Sponsoring the Shaw..

  • Pygmalion.
    MacFarlane, Teri // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Nov2009, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p30 

    The article presents the script of the play "Pygmalion," by George Bernard Shaw, adapted by Tracy Wells.

  • Untitled.
    MacFarlane, Teri // Saturday Evening Post; 4/19/1941, Vol. 213 Issue 42, p28 

    The article comments on a letter sent by journalist George Bernard Shaw to the "London Daily Herald." The importance of the right of the Irishmen over their ports as well its implications for the right of the Englishmen to defend themselves against the Germans is emphasized. The article also...

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