George Bernard Shaw Essay | George Bernard Shaw's Contribution to the Theatre

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George Bernard Shaw's Contribution to the Theatre

Summary: This essay describes elements of George Bernard Shaws personal, philosophical and political development and his contributions to Theatre.
There can be no doubt that the playwright George Bernard Shaw made a great contribution to the theatre. This essay will attempt to critically evaluate his contribution.

In some of Shaw's plays he gave an insight on parent-child relationships. He showed how some children were brought up in isolation from their parents, either being foundlings, adopted or orphans. Their `new' parents would think they own the children and the child would have no personal choices.

He became part of progressive politics in 1876 and developed an aggressive speaking style; it became evident in all his writing and plays.

He definitely contributed to society by being one of the founders of the very well known Fabian society, which was a middle-class socialist political organisation dedicated to transforming Britain into a socialist state. They did not want to change it by a revolution but they wanted...

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