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Shaw on theatre

Author: Bernard Shaw; E J West
Publisher: [London] : MacGibbon & Kee, ©1958.
Series: Dramabook.; DHL/Shaw bibliography ; no. A275c.
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Named Person: Bernard Shaw
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Shaw; E J West
OCLC Number: 4083419
Notes: Essays, lectures, and reviews.
Description: xi, 306 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Appendix to The quintessence of Ibsenism --
A dramatic realist to his critics --
Preface to The theatrical "world" of 1984, by William Archer --
How to lecture on Ibsen --
The problem play -a symposium --
The censorship of the stage in England --
On being a lady in high comedy --
Why Cyril Maude did not produce You can never tell --
How to make plays readable --
The dying tongue of great Elizabeth --
Letters to Louis Calvert on playing undershaft --
What is the finest dramatic situation? --
Mr. Trench's dramatic values --
On the principles that govern the dramatist --
To audiences at Major Barbara --
On cutting Shakespear --
Lord Grey, Shakespear, Mr. Archer, and others --
I am a classic but am I a Shakespear thief? --
Letter to J.T. Grein --
Shakespear: a standard text --
On Clive Bell's article --
Make them do it well --
Shakespear and the Stratford-upon-Avon Theatre: a plea for reconstruction --
On printed plays --
John Barrymore's Hamlet --
Theatres and reviews then and now --
The Colossus speaks --
Playhouses and plays --
Mr. Shaw on Mr. Shaw --
Bernard Shaw talks about actors and acting --
Speech as guest of honor at London Critics Circle annual luncheon --
On Gordon Craig's Henry Irving --
My first talkie --
Gordon Craig and the Shaw-Terry letters --
Arms and the man on the screen --
Too true to be good --
An aside --
Dramatic antiquities at Malvern --
Playwrights and amateurs --
The simple truth of the matter --
This year's program --
Saint Joan banned: film censorship in the United States --
On the festival habit --
The author's apology for Good King Charles --
Granville-Barker: some particulars --
My way with a play --
Sullivan, Shakespear, and Shaw --
Rules for directors --
The play of ideas.
Series Title: Dramabook.; DHL/Shaw bibliography ; no. A275c.
Responsibility: edited by E.J. West.

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