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Fabian feminist : Bernard Shaw and woman

Author: Rodelle Weintraub
Publisher: University Park : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©1977.
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Fabian feminist.
University Park : Pennsylvania State University Press, c1977
(OCoLC)558026812
Named Person: Bernard Shaw; Bernard Shaw; Bernard Shaw; Bernard Shaw
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rodelle Weintraub
ISBN: 0271012358 9780271012353
OCLC Number: 2806584
Description: ix, 274 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Fabian feminist / Rodelle Weintraub --
[I. Literary and mythic influences] --
Shakespeare's The taming of the shrew vs. Shaw's Pygmalion : male chauvinism vs. woman's lib? / Lise Pedersen --
Kipling on women : a new source of Shaw / Janie Caves McCauley --
The Shavian sphinx / Rhoda B. Nathan --
Eliza's choice : transformation myth and the ending of Pygnalion / Timothy G. Vesonder --
Ann and superman : type and archetype / Sally Peters Vogt --
[II. Political and economic influences] --
The legal climate of Shaw's problem plays / Dolores Kester --
Press cuttings : G.B.S. and women's suffrage / Michael Weimer --
Mill, Marx and Bebel : early influences on Shaw's characterizations of women / Norbert Greiner --
The "unwomanly woman" in Shaw's drama / Sonja Lorichs --
[III. Sex roles or true vocation?] --
The new woman and the new comedy / Barbara Bellow Watson --
Whatever happened to Shaw's mother-genius portrait? / Susan C. Stone --
Mr. Shaw's many mothers / Andrina Gilmartin --
Feminism and female stereotypes in Shaw / Elsie Adams --
A whore in every home / Germaine Greer --
[IV. Shaw's liberated women] --
Vivie Warren : a psychological study / Marlie Parker Wasserman --
Shaw and women's lib / Gladys M. Crane --
Shaw's Lady Cicely and Mary Kingsley / Stanley Weintraub --
[V. Influence of Shaw's feminism : three generations] --
The making of a feminist : Shaw and Florence Farr / Josephine Johnson --
The gift of imagination : an interview with Clare Boothe Luce / Rodelle Weintraub --
The center of life : an interview with Megan Terry / Rodelle Weintraub --
[VI. Shaw on feminist issues] --
Torture by forcible feeding is illegal / Bernard Shaw --
G.B.S. and a suffragist / Maud Churton Braby --
Sir Almroth Wright's case against woman suffrage / Bernard Shaw --
Why all women are peculiarly fitted to be good voters / Bernard Shaw --
The root of the white slave traffic / Bernard Shaw.
Responsibility: edited by Rodelle Weintraub.
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