Additional Resources for Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw

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Bentley, Eric. Bernard Shaw, Methuen, 1967.

A leading drama critic looks at Shaw's drama from the perspective of his political and social ideas and the impact he has had on the theater.

Berst, Charles A. Bernard Shaw and the Art of Drama, University of Illinois Press, 1973.

A close analysis of Shaw's major plays.

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

Brecht, the author of such plays as Mother Courage and Her Children and a fellow innovative playwright and social reformer, praises Shaw's art.

Dukore, Bernard F. Bernard Shaw, Playwright, University of Missouri Press, 1973.

Dukore praises Shaw as a watershed playwright of the twentieth century.

Hardwick, Michael, and Mollie Hardwick. The Bernard Shaw Companion, John Murray, 1997.

Contains summaries of the plays and a brief biography of Shaw.

Hill, Eldon C. George Bernard Shaw, Twayne, 1978.

A monograph on Shaw and...

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