Explain Cusins' conversion in George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara.

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From the beginning of the play, it is shown that Cusins`attraction to Greek and to Euripides is the Dionysiac strain. As a professor, Cusins can only experience this vicariously and his ideals can only be enacted through the medium of his students. As the heir of...

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