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Man and Superman by Bernard Shaw-Hardcover

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Man and Superman, a four-act drama, was written in 1903 as a response to those who had questioned Shaw as to why he had never written a play based on the don Juan br>Theme it deserves the position of Bernard Shaw’s masterpiece. The plot revolves around a young man, John Tanner, who possesses advanced ideas and finds himself surrounded by a set of ordinary beings who are abject slaves to Convention. The main idea consists of an endeavour to show how utterly futile are modern ideas and Advanced thought when brought into practice amid the social conditions of our present civilized state. Throughout the play, the readers admire the high principles upon which Tanner is br>
Endeavouring to shape his ends, but they are pleased when they see this strong-minded and exceptionally advanced young man come a cropper before the simple, hypocritical devices of an inexperienced, feather-brained young girl, Ann. She is referred to as the life force and represents Shaw’s view that in every culture, it is the women who force the men to marry them rather than the men who take the initiative.

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Man and Superman, a four-act drama, was written in 1903 as a response to those who had questioned Shaw as to why he had never written a play based on the don Juan br>Theme it deserves the position of Bernard Shaw’s masterpiece. The plot revolves around a young man, John Tanner, who possesses advanced ideas and finds himself surrounded by a set of ordinary beings who are abject slaves to Convention. The main idea consists of an endeavour to show how utterly futile are modern ideas and Advanced thought when brought into practice amid the social conditions of our present civilized state. Throughout the play, the readers admire the high principles upon which Tanner is br>
Endeavouring to shape his ends, but they are pleased when they see this strong-minded and exceptionally advanced young man come a cropper before the simple, hypocritical devices of an inexperienced, feather-brained young girl, Ann. She is referred to as the life force and represents Shaw’s view that in every culture, it is the women who force the men to marry them rather than the men who take the initiative.
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Title Man and Superman by Bernard Shaw-Hardcover Height 211 mm
Bernard Shaw Width 133 mm
ISBN-13 9781310390030 Binding Hardcover
ISBN-10 9781310390030 Spine Width 19 mm
Publisher London Constable and Company Limited Pages 224
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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