Additional Resources for Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw

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Booth, Michael Richard, and Joel H. Kaplan, The Edwardian Theatre: Essays on Performance and the Stage, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

An overview of the Edwardian entertainment industry, this book is a collection of essays that cover cultural studies and the inner workings of the theatre in this age.

Davis, Tracy C., George Bernard Shaw and the Socialist Theatre, Praeger, 1994.

This book traces the theatrical and political influences on Shaw and discusses his economic practices and theories as they relate to his work in the theatre.

Henderson, Archibald, George Bernard Shaw: Man of the Century, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1956.

Henderson was Shaw's official biographer and knew the playwright for 47 years. This book, edited by Shaw himself, is a comprehensive examination of Shaw's life and work, including his correspondence.

Innes, Christopher, The Cambridge Companion to George Bernard Shaw, Cambridge University Press, 1998.

This popular and comprehensive guide to all things Shaw includes essays by...

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