Shaw wrote The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism (1927) as a political primer for women, who had just gained suffrage in Britain. Available in a 1984 reprint edition from Transaction Publishers, this book strongly advocates socialism as the best economic solution.
Shaw’s Complete Plays with Prefaces (1962), published by Dodd Mead, is a collection of all of Shaw’s dramatic works, including the famous prefaces that are so valuable to the study of Shaw and his messages.
Shaw wrote The Quintessence of Ibsenism (1890) as a tribute...
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