Additional Resources for Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw

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Allmand, C. T., The Hundred Years War: England and France at War, 1300-1450, Cambridge University Press, 1988.

This text provides information on the historical background to Joan's career.

Bloom, Harold, ed., George Bernard Shaw's 'Saint Joan,' Chelsea House, 1987.

Bloom's book is a collection of essays on the play dating from 1955 through 1984.

Gies, Frances, Joan of Arc: The Legend and the Reality, Harper and Row, 1981.

Gies presents a study of Joan's life and the literature about her.

Holroyd, Michael, Bernard Shaw, 5 vols., Chatto and Windus, 1988-1992.

Holroy' s book is the major modern biography of Shaw.

Irvine, William, The Universe of G. B. S., Russell [and] Russell, 1968 (first published in 1949).

Irvine's work is a study of Shaw's philosophical and political views.

Silver, Arnold, Saint Joan: Playing with Fire, Twayne, 1993.

In this book, Silver gives a full-length study of the play.

Weintraub, Stanley, ed., Saint Joan Fifty Years After, Louisiana...

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