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  • A Continuing Checklist of Shaviana1
  • John R. Pfeiffer (bio)

I. Works by Shaw2

Shaw, Bernard. The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God. Ebooks. Adelaide.edu.au/s/shaw/George_bernard/black_girl. 2011.

The University of Adelaide Library eBooks @ Adelaide. Not seen.

———. Androcles and the Lion. Charleston, South Carolina: CreateSpace, 2012.

CreateSpace also advertises Arms, Caesar, Devil's Disciple, and Doctor's Dilemma. Not seen.

———. "Are Doctors Really Inhuman?" Whitefish, Montana: Literary Licensing, 2011.

Not seen. [End Page 194]

———. Arms and the Man. Amazon Kindle, 2012.

Users have complained about the electronic text Amazon provides. Not seen. See also, Unsocial Socialist, below.

———. Arms and the Man. Mineola, New York: Dover Books, 1990. $2.50.

Dover also continues to list Don Juan in Hell, $2.00; Major Barbara, $3.00; and Pygmalion, $2.00 in usable, economical, if older editions.

———. "At Last I Went to Ireland." Comeheretome.wordpress.com. 23 December 2011.

The New York Times Article Archive for 22 May 1931 reports this GBS verse as an answer to Maisie Hurl's copy of the first verse of her new song, "My Irish Daddy," which follows: "Tho' my eyes have never rested on / that dear delightful land, / Yet I know her hills and valleys are / the work of beauty's hand; / And I'm sure there's angels' laughter / in each gleaming stream that flows— / For my Irish daddy says it / and my Irish daddy knows." Shaw apparently returned the copy to her with the following: "L'Envoi by G. Bernard Shaw: At last I went to Ireland, / 'Twas raining cats and dogs; / I found no music in the glens, / nor purple in the bogs; / And as for angels' laughter / in the smelly Liffey's tide! / Well, my Irish daddy said it, / dear old humbug died."

———. Back to Methuselah. Amazon, Kindle edition. PlanetMonk Books, 2012.

An annotated "acting edition." Similar Kindle editions available for Man and Superman, How He Lied to Her Husband, and Caesar. Not seen.

———. The Bodley Head Bernard Shaw Collected Plays with Their Prefaces 5. ISBN 978-0370013947. Pima552.blog.com. 29 March 2012.

A sample title. Texts are downloadable with a trial membership of $1.99—to a lifetime membership of $69.99. Tags: Torrent—pdf, hotfile, filesonic, megaupload, rapidshare. Good reviews. Not seen.

———. Caesar and Cleopatra.

See Androcles and Back to Methuselah, above.

———. The Dark Lady of the Sonnets. In Books for Women Volume I. Amazon Kindle, 2012.
———. "The Drama, the Theatre, and the Films" (an excerpt) 1925. Stage and Screen: Adaptation Theory from 1916 to 2000. Ed. Bert Cardullo. London and New York: Continuum, 2011: 34-38.

See also Cardullo, in Books and Pamphlets, below.

———. How He Lied to Her Husband.

See Back to Methuselah, above.

———. Letter from Shaw to Beatrice Campbell (27 February 1913). 98 Love Letters that will Bring You to Your Knees: Poems and Love letters of Great Men and Women. Ed. John Bradshaw. Seattle: Pacific Publishing Studio, 2012: 99, 100.

Also includes a letter to Shaw from Campbell (18 November 1912).

———. Man and Superman. New York: Penguin Classics, 2012.

See also, Back to Methuselah, above. Not seen.

———. Man and Superman. tebbo eBooks, 2012.

From David Tebbutt; address: 18, Courtlands Close, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 8AX, UK. Not seen. [End Page 195]

———. The Miraculous Revenge. Fantasy and Horror Classics, 2011. Thirty-two pages.

First appeared in Time (March 1885). No postal address for publisher.

———. Misalliance. The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, and Fanny's First Play. Brentano's, 2012.

A reprint (?) advertised on Amazon. ASIN: B005B5Z9D2.

———. Mrs. Warren's Profession. Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt, Carol T. Crist, Alfred David, Barbara K. Lewalski, et al. Ninth edition. New York: W. W. Norton, [2012].

Not seen.

———. "On Reviewing" (1943). SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies 31 (2011): 4-7.
———. Quotations of GBS Dublin Wit. Ed. Des MacHale. Cork: Mercier Press, 2011: 62-65.

About 20 selections by GBS.

———. El perfecto wagneriano [The Perfect Wagnerite]. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2011.

A Spanish translation. Not seen.

———. The Philanderer. Nabu Press, 2012.

Not seen. See footnote number 2 to Works by Shaw, above.

———. P'gumallion [Pygmalion]. Kyonggi-do P'ajusi: Yollin Ch'aektul, 2011.

A Korean translation. Not seen...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1529-1480
Print ISSN
0741-5842
Pages
pp. 194-241
Launched on MUSE
2012-09-11
Open Access
No
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