Additional Resources for Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw

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

Berst studies Shaw's dramatic method and argues that he reworks traditional forms in his plays.

Carpenter, Charles A., Bernard Shaw and the Art of Destroying Ideals: The Early Plays, University of Wisconsin Press, 1969.

Carpenter examines Shaw's political themes in his early plays, including Mrs. Warren's Profession.

Meisel, Martin, Shaw and the Nineteenth-Century Theater, Princeton University Press, 1963.

This study places Shaw's plays, including Mrs. Warren's Profession, in their social and literary contexts.

Rao, Valli, "Vivie Warren in the Blakean World of Experience," in Shaw Review, Vol. 22, 1979, pp. 123—34.

Rao traces Vivie's evolution from innocence to experience, using a Blakean model.

Turco, Alfred, Shaw's Moral Vision: The Self and Salvation, Cornell University Press, 1976.

This study examines moral themes in Shaw's plays, including Mrs. Warren's Profession.

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