- A Continuing Checklist of Shaviana
I. Works by Shaw
Shaw, Bernard. Arms and the Man. See Plays, below.
_____. Bernard Shaw and Nancy Astor. Edited by J. P. Wearing. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. Listed at $60 U.S. Contains 229 letters for the years 1927 to 1950, with the American-born British socialite and politician. Included are letters between Astor and Charlotte Shaw, and Astor and Blanche Patch, Shaw's secretary. "Of almost fifty books of Shaw's letters, none beats this one." – Al Turco. Not seen.
_____. Candida. See Plays, below.
_____. Candida. See Pygmalion and Candida, below.
_____. Contributions in The Traveling Curmudgeon: Irreverent Notes, Quotes and Anecdotes on Dismal Destinations, Excess Baggage, The Full Upright Position and Others Reasons not to Go There. Edited by John Winokur. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2003. Online index shows contributions by Shaw on six pages. Not seen.
_____. [T. E. Lawrence's] Correspondence with Bernard and Charlotte Shaw, 1928, Volume III. Edited by Jeremy Wilson and Nicole Wilson. Fordingbridge, England: Castle Hill Press, 2004. ISBN: 187314136X. "The letters to Charlotte are accompanied by the few but important letters from her to Lawrence, and also by his correspondence with Bernard Shaw and other collateral material." From the Castle Hill Press website. A fourth volume for 1929 to 1935 is scheduled for release in 2005. The first two covered the years 1922 to 1926, and 1927. Not seen.
_____. Critical Response to Ibsen. Ibsen's Selected Plays . . . Backgrounds, Criticism. Edited by Brian Johnston. New York: W. W. Norton, 2004. Not seen. See Ibsen's Selected Plays in "Recordings," below. [End Page 260]
_____. The Devil's Disciple. Kila, Montana: Kessinger Publishing, 2004. Not seen.
_____. "Don Juan Speaks His Contempt for the Uses of Life on Earth." Man and Superman, Act 3 (1903). Classical Monologues from Aeschylus to Bernard Shaw: Volume one: Young Men's Roles. Edited by Leon Katz. New York: Applause Theatre and Cinema, 2002: 370–73. This Classical Monologues volume also includes "Tanner, Exhorting Ann to Assert Her Independence, Puts His Own in Jeopardy." Man and Superman, Act 1: 368–69.
_____. Extract on Coriolanus, Coriolanus, 1687–1940. Edited by David George. London: Continuum, 2004. Shaw called it Shakespeare's greatest comedy. Not seen.
_____. "Fabian Essays 1889." An Essay on the Principle of Population: Influences on Malthus, Selections from Malthus' Work, Nineteenth-Century comment, Malthus in the Twenty-First Century. Edited by Philip Appleman. Second edition. New York: Norton, 2004. Not seen.
_____. Fanny's First Play [excerpt] in The Methuen Book of Modern Monologues for Women. Edited by Chrys Salt. London: Methuen Drama, 2004. ISBN: 0413774244. Not seen.
_____. The George Bernard Shaw Papers. London: British Library, 2005. ISBN: 0712348875. OCLC listing indicates this includes correspondence of GBS and Charlotte. Not seen.
———."George Bernard Shaw—World-Famous Dramatist." Soviet News 3:7 (November 1934): 8. Not listed in Laurence's Bernard Shaw: A Bibliography, this half-page article is from the collection of Professor Isidor Saslav (firstname.lastname@example.org). Shaw's remarks are a mix of his distrust of capitalism and his perhaps fatuous listening to the representatives of 1930s Russian socialism.
_____. "Go Teach." School Arts 103:9(May–June 2004): 72. Leader quotation: "To me, the sole hope of human salvation lies in teaching."
_____. Heartbreak House. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, n.d. $2.00. Dover also offers cheap reprints of Major Barbara, $2.00, and Pygmalion, $1.50. Web address: www.doverpublications.com. Not seen.
_____. John Bull's Other Island. Kila, Montana: Kessinger Publishing, 2004. ISBN:1419127691. Not seen.
_____. Major Barbara. Kila, Montana: Kessinger Publishing, 2004. ISBN: 1419132156.
_____. Major Barbara. The Broadview Anthology of Drama. Plays from the Western Theatre, Volume II, The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Edited by Jennifer Wise and Craig Stewart Walker. Orchard Park, New York: Broadview Press, 2003. Not seen.
_____. Major Barbara. See Heartbreak House, above. [End Page 261]
_____. Major Barbara. See Plays, below.
_____. Man and Superman: A Comedy and a Philosophy. Edited by Dan H. Laurence. London and New York: Penguin Books, 2004. ISBN: 0140437886. Reprints the Bodley Head text. Introduced by Stanley Weintraub. Not seen.