1. Introduction
  2. Christopher Wixson
  3. pp. 155-157
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  1. Utopia and Endless War: Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara
  2. Desmond Harding
  3. pp. 158-182
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  1. The “Breeding of Humanity”: Nietzsche and Shaw’s Man and Superman
  2. Reinhard G. Mueller
  3. pp. 183-203
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  1. A Plethora of Bashvilles: Shaw’s “Masterpiece” and the Musicals It Spawned
  2. Derek McGovern
  3. pp. 204-225
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  1. From Xu Bei Hong’s “Slave and the Lion” to Shaw’s Androcles and the Lion: Shaw’s Bridges to Chinese Culture
  2. Kay Li
  3. pp. 226-242
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  1. The Slaying of His Da and Other Recurrent Problems in Shavian Biography
  2. A. M. Gibbs
  3. pp. 243-254
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  1. The Roycroft Fiend: Bernard Shaw v. Elbert Hubbard
  2. Michel Pharand
  3. pp. 255-278
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  1. A Protective Shield and Mistrust of Romantic Love: Some Psychological Consequences to Bernard Shaw from the Family Ménage à Trois
  2. Jesse M. Hellman
  3. pp. 279-297
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  1. Undershaft in B-School: Responses of Business Students to Major Barbara
  2. James Armstrong
  3. pp. 298-306
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  1. Bernard Shaw’s Postmistress: The Memoir of Jisbella Georgina Lyth as Told to Romie Lambkin ed. by L. W. Conolly (review)
  2. Mary Christian
  3. pp. 307-310
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  1. Lady Gregory and Irish National Theatre: Art, Drama, Politics by Eglantina Remport (review)
  2. Audrey McNamara
  3. pp. 311-315
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  1. Bernard Shaw’s Fiction, Material Psychology, and Affect: Shaw, Freud, Simmel by Stephen Watt (review)
  2. Lawrence Switzky
  3. pp. 316-320
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  1. A Continuing Checklist of Shaviana
  2. Gustavo A. Rodríguez Martín
  3. pp. 321-371
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