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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As G.B. Shaw observed, 'Political necessities sometimes turn out to be political mistakes.'
What emerged was not a chastened journalist but a reminder of G.B. Shaw's dictum: 'Assassination is the extreme form of censorship.'
And Ibsen's stern, heavily bewhis-kered visage is as recognizable in photo portraits as the face of any other stage scribe of his generation of fin-de-siecle theatre pioneers (an exclusive club that also includes G.B. Shaw and Anton Chekhov).
George Bernard Shaw (G.B. Shaw), who is undisputedly the second most celebrated playwright in English language, and 'England's second Shakespeare'2 is a literary figure who has been diversely interpreted, criticized and appreciated.
A poster on one of the theatres proudly proclaimed that G.B. Shaw is considered the only playwright after Shakespeare who wrote enough number of plays to support a festival.
Might it be in order to reflect on that famous line from G.B. Shaw's play Major Barbara?