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Shaw, George Bernard Irish, — George Bernard Shaw is best known for his plays, but at the end of his life he reproved one of his biograpbers for thinking of him only as a playwright: Shaw actually began his career making speeches from soapboxes to anyone who would listen, and his style is predominantly a speaking one: On the negative side, this does not leave much scope for personal emotion, and the shock statements and paradoxes can lead to oversimplification and brightly polished half-truths.
Yet Shaw is seldom merely superficial; rather, he makes serious points in a witty manner. Shaw first published book reviews, going on to review music, theater, and painting.
He also wrote more generally on the arts, notably when discussing Ibsen and Wagner. He reminisced on his own career though guardedly and about people he had known. He added long prefaces to his plays, expanding on the ideas they presented. The majority of his writings are, in the wider sense, political—on how society should be organized.
They often originated as speeches and then appeared as articles, pamphlets, books, and even lengthy letters to the editor. However, other articles—a small proportion of his great output, but still enough to fill a sizable book—have outlasted the topics that prompted them, and survive as literature.
These topics are usually biographical, artistic, or most commonly political.
Despite a reputation for self-promotion, Shaw seldom writes directly about his own personal experiences. There are the Self Sketches, but these are curiously unrevealing about his feelings and not very interesting as essays. However, his pen portraits of others are valuable, partly because many of the people are well known—William Morris, Oscar Wilde, H.
His affection is evident in the essays on Morristhe editor H. Massinghamand the drama critic William Archer Of the last he says: Biography is combined with the discussion of art, particularly when Shaw describes the leading actors of his period and their performances.
He makes the same criticism of Herbert Beerbohm Tree, but goodnaturedly: Shaw is always willing to speak against the majority, and prepared to praise where others condemn. The political essays are usually tied to contemporary situations, but some address wider topics.
It combines a balanced, humanitarian view with trenchant judgments. Imagine exulting in the death of Beethoven because Bill Sykes dealt him his death blow!
Parliament is compared to a hot-air balloon that touches down briefly once every five years. As usual, his genial skepticism allows him to be highly critical and yet open-minded and entertaining. Studied at various schools in Dublin, — Worked for an estate agent in Dublin, —76, then moved to London.
Ghost writer for a music critic, —77 and ; wrote serialized novels and literary and art criticism for various magazines and newspapers, — Joined the Fabian Society,becoming a member of the executive committee, — Music, art, or drama reviewer for various journals, sometimes using the pseudonyum Corno di Bassetto for his music reviews, —Holograph and typescripts of working and finished versions of plays and essays, correspondence, financial records, and legal agreements are all represented in the George Bernard Shaw collection, (bulk ).
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The Collected Works of George Bernard Shaw: Plays, Novels, Articles, Letters and Essays Pygmalion, Mrs.
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Born to a civil servant, in Dublin , George Bernard Shaw is a renowned playwright known for his controversial works which dealt with prevailing social problems of the early twentieth century.4/4(1).
George Bernard Shaw, who demonstrated his admiration for Henrik Ibsen through his meticulous work The Quintessence of Ibsenism, is a devotee of the "father of modern drama". It is natural, therefore, to trace and find Ibsenist qualities in Shaw's works.