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George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Androcles and the Lion
George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Heartbreak House
George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Major Barbara
George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Man and Superman
George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Pygmalion
Shaw is the only person to have won both the Nobel Prize for Literature and an Oscar.
George Bernard Shaw
   wrote   
Saint Joan
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"I Am Enclosing Two Tickets to the First Night of My New Play, Bring a Friend... if You Have One."
To Winston Churchill, who responded "Cannot possibly attend first night, will attend second...if there is one."
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"The Trouble With Her is That She Lacks the Power of Conversation but Not the Power of Speech."
George Bernard Shaw
   was born on   
July 26, 1856
Irish playwright
1925
   the winner was   
George Bernard Shaw
United Kingdom, 1856-1950; "for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty"
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"It’s All That the Young Can Do for the Old, to Chock Them and Keep Them up to Date"
Irish writer
George Bernard Shaw
   was born in   
Dublin, Ireland
1856-1950. Playwright, critic and essayist. Was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1925
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"Dancing is a Perpendicular Expression of a Horizontal Desire"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"If You Can't Get Rid of the Skeleton in Your Closet, You'd Best Teach It to Dance"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"It is Dangerous to Be Sincere Unless You Are Also Stupid"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"The Power of Accurate Observation is Frequently Called Cynicism by Those Who Don't Have It"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"A Government Which Robs Peter to Pay Paul Can Always Depend on the Support of Paul."
George Bernard Shaw
   is known as a   
Novelist
George Bernard Shaw
   is known as a   
Playwright
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"A Life Spent in Making Mistakes is Not Only More Honorable, but More Useful Than a Life Spent Doing Nothing"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"Without Art, the Crudeness of Reality Would Make the World Unbearable"
Irish playwright, critic and political activist
Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
   was titled from the literary source   
The Aeneid
Virgil
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Raina Petkoff
Arms and the Man; drama, 1898
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Reverend James Morell
Candida; drama, 1897
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Henry Higgins
Pygmalion; a play, 1913
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Eliza Dolittle
Pygmalion
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
King Magnus
The Apple Cart, 1928
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Proteus
The Apple Cart
George Bernard Shaw
   created the character   
Jack Tanner
Man and Superman; drama, 1903
Ramsden's Office
   was created by   
George Bernard Shaw
"Man and Superman", 1905
Whitefield House
   was created by   
George Bernard Shaw
"Man and Superman", 1905
27A Wimpole Street
   was created by   
George Bernard Shaw
Address of Henry Higgins' Covent Garden home in "Pygmalion", 1914
George Bernard Shaw
   uttered the last words   
"Dying is Easy, Comedy is Hard."
George Bernard Shaw
   said   
"Do Not Do Unto Others As You Would That They Should Do Unto You. Their Tastes May Not Be the Same."
Eugene V. Debs, Upton Sinclair, George Bernard Shaw, Olaf Palme
   are all   
Socialists






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