Bernard Shaw: Theatrics
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Bernard Shaw: Theatrics

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In his introduction Dan H. Laurence notes that 'theatrics' connotes not only activities of a theatrical character but behaviour that manifests itself as theatricality. All the correspondence selected for this volume - most of it hitherto unpublished - relates to Bernard Shaw's theatre dealings and theatrical interest, at the same time attesting to the 'histrionic instinct'...more
Hardcover, 254 pages
Published August 15th 1995 by University of Toronto Press
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