George Bernard Shaw

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Noun1.George Bernard Shaw - British playwright (born in Ireland)George Bernard Shaw - British playwright (born in Ireland); founder of the Fabian Society (1856-1950)
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The former bass player for pop melancholists The Eels, plays pleasant nineties-style indie-rock in new band Abandoned Pools (HHH) debut single The Remedy.
These plays and several others were published in 1898 in Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant.
With most of his early plays either banned by the censor or refused production, Shaw sought a reading audience with his first published collection, Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant (1898), the pleasant plays being Arms and the Man, Candida, The Man of Destiny, and You Never Can Tell; the unpleasant, The Philanderer, Mrs.