SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, vol. 29

Hardcover | December 3, 2009

EditorMichel W. Pharand, Julie Sparks

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Charles A. Berst, University of California at Los Angeles; John A. Bertolini, Middlebury College; Charles A. Carpenter, Binghamton University; L. W. Conolly, Trent University; R. F. Dietrich, University of South Florida; Bernard F. Dukore, Virginia Tech; Peter Gahan, Documentary Film Editor, Los Angeles; A. M. Gibbs, Macquarie University; Nicholas Grene, Trinity College, Dublin; Lagretta Lenker, University of South Florida; Sally Peters, Wesleyan University; Ann Saddlemyer, University of Toronto; Alfred Turco Jr., Wesleyan University; J. P. Wearing, University of Arizona; Stanley Weintraub, Penn State University; J. L. Wisenthal, University of British Columbia

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Editorial BoardCharles A. Berst, University of California at Los Angeles; John A. Bertolini, Middlebury College; Charles A. Carpenter, Binghamton University; L. W. Conolly, Trent University; R. F. Dietrich, University of South Florida; Bernard F. Dukore, Virginia Tech; Peter Gahan, Documentary Film Editor, Los Angeles; A. M. Gibbs, Mac...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:300 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:December 3, 2009Publisher:Penn State University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0271036354

ISBN - 13:9780271036359

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Table of Contents

Contents

INTRODUCTION: SHAW’S INFINITE VARIETY

Michel W. Pharand

ESSAYS

HOMO PHILANDERUS AS CREATED AND EMBODIED BY BERNARD SHAW

Charles A. Carpenter

GIRL GETS BOY

Bernard F. Dukore

BOY GETS GIRL

Bernard F. Dukore

SHAW’S TROY: HEARTBREAK HOUSE AND EURIPIDES’ TROJAN WOMEN

Stanley Weintraub

SHAKESPEARE, SHOTOVER, SURROGATION: “BLAMING THE BARD” IN HEARTBREAK HOUSE

Sonya Freeman Loftis

“WRITING WAS RESILIENCE. RESILIENCE WAS AN ADVENTURE”: MARIANNE MOORE, BERNARD SHAW, AND THE ART OF WRITING

Tara Stubbs

SHAW SETTLES HIS QUARREL WITH SIR HENRY IRVING (Introduction, Afterword, and Notes by Margot Peters)

John H. B. Irving

SHAVIAN ROMANCE IN SAINT JOAN: SATIRE AS ANTITRAGEDY

Nicole Coonradt

SAINT JOAN FROM A CHINESE PERSPECTIVE: SHAW AND THE LAST EMPEROR, HENRY PU-YI AISIN-GIORO

Kay Li

TRANSLATING PYGMALION AND ITS RECEPTION IN CENTRAL EUROPE, 1913–1914

Peter Conolly-Smith

SHAW AND MUSIC: MEANING IN A BASSET HORN

Peter Gahan

POSTMODERN ELEMENTS IN SHAW’S MISALLIANCE

Tony Stafford

REVIEWS

Three Shaws (T. E. Lawrence, Correspondence with Bernard and Charlotte Shaw, II, 1927; Correspondence with Bernard and Charlotte Shaw, III, 1928, edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson)

Stanley Weintraub

The Evolution of Pygmalion (Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw, edited by L. W. Conolly)

John M. McInerney

Better Than Chocolate (Arms and the Man by Bernard Shaw, edited by J. P. Wearing)

Brad Kent

Joan Rehabilitated (Saint Joan by Bernard Shaw, edited by Jean Chothia)

Dorothy Hadfield

Blood and Fire for the Millennium (Major Barbara by Bernard Shaw, edited by Nicholas Grene)

Desmond Harding

Shaw Goes to China (Bernard Shaw and China: Cross-Cultural Encounters by Kay Li)

Jean Reynolds

Two Ambitious Young Irishmen (Sidelights on GBS and His Friend Pakenham Beatty: The Letters of Lucy Carr Shaw, edited by C. J. P. Beatty)

Jay R. Tunney

Shaw Lives! (Shaw Festival Production Record 1962–2007, edited by L. W. Conolly and Jean German)

Michel W. Pharand

TRIBUTES AND INTERVIEWS

Montgomery Davis, Bringer of Shavian Light

Margot Peters

John MacDonald and the Washington Stage Guild

Bernard F. Dukore

Robert Scogin and ShawChicago

R. F. Dietrich

PASSINGS

In Memoriam: Anthony Ellis

Evelyn Ellis

In Memoriam: T. F. Evans

Ivan Wise

A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA

John R. Pfeiffer

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTICES

INTERNATIONAL SHAW SOCIETY