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Adcock, Arthur St. John, "George Bernard Shaw," in The Glory That Was Grub Street: Impressions of Contemporary Authors, Stokes, 1928, p. 1.

"Bernard Shaw," in The Norton Anthology of English Literature, 5th ed., edited by M. H. Abrams, Vol. 2, W. W. Norton, 1986, pp. 1759—62.

Borges, Jorge Luis, "For Bernard Shaw," in Other Inquisitions, 1937—1952, by Jorge Luis Borges, translated by Ruth L. C. Simms, University of Texas Press, 1964, pp. 163—66.

Brecht, Bertolt, "Ovation for Shaw," translated by Gerhard H. W. Zuther, in Modern Drama, Vol. 2, No. 2, September 1959, pp. 184—87.

Chesterton, G. K., George Bernard Shaw, John Lane, 1909, pp. 118—20.

Fisher, Barbara M., "Fanny's First Play: A Critical Potboiler?" in George Bernard Shaw, edited by Harold Bloom, Chelsea House Publishers, 1987, p. 252.

Nevinson, H. W., "George Bernard Shaw," in New Leader, August 23, 1929.

Shaw, George Bernard, Arms and the Man, in Plays: Pleasant and Unpleasant, H. S. Stone, 1898.

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