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Shaw In An Hour (Playwrights In An Hour)

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The optimistic George Bernard Shaw watched happily as the steely modern world made its debut. Shaw hoped that World War I would sweep away the flawed Victorian world and lead to significant social change and a socialist utopia. When postwar Europe gave way to totalitarianism and a second "final war," Shaw's optimism waned. He would later conclude that the twentieth century ...more
Paperback, 91 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by In an Hour Books
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