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Author: George Bernard Shaw
Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw responded to the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia with this grotesque, one-act farce, in which he spoke out very determinedly for the use of violent methods to transform society. Download it today!
A comedy by Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw. Download it today!
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A one-act, true to life farce by Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw. Download it now!
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A three-act comedy by Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw, that provides the audience with a comical view of how our concerns about what others think about...
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Aimee Pittman lost her mother as a child and has always dreamed of going to her mother’s home country Neahovia. When she was accepted to Ancaster University ...
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