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The Collected Works of Bernard Shaw ebook

George Bernard Shaw

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This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works - the Œuvre - of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook - 8436 pages easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: • Pygmalion • Mrs. Warren's Profession • Arms and the Man • Major Barbara • Man and Superman: A Comedy and a Philosophy • Caesar and Cleopatra • Heartbreak House • You Never Can Tell • On the Prospects of Christianity • Candida • Back to Methuselah: A Metabiological Pentateuch • Misalliance • The Doctor's Dilemma • How He Lied to Her Husband • The Devil's Disciple • Getting Married • The Dark Lady of the Sonnets • The Perfect Wagnerite: A Commentary on the Niblung's Ring • Treatise on Parents and Children • The Doctor's Dilemma: Preface on Doctors • John Bull's Other Island • Androcles and the Lion • Maxims for Revolutionists • Fanny's First Play • The Philanderer • The Man of Destiny • An Unsocial Socialist • Augustus Does His Bit: A True-to-Life Farce • The Inca of Perusalem: An Almost Historical Comedietta • Preface to Major Barbara: First Aid to Critics • Overruled • Confessions of a CaricaturistOliver Herford • The Irrational Knot • Great Catherine (Whom Glory Still Adores) • Press Cuttings • The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet • Revolutionist's Handbook and Pocket Companion • Cashel Byron's Profession • Captain Brassbound's Conversion • Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress • The Admirable Bashville; Or, Constancy Unrewarded • The Impossibilities of Anarchism • O'Flaherty V.C.: A Recruiting Pamphlet • The Miraculous Revenge •.etc.

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Table of Contents
A TREATISE ON PARENTS AND CHILDREN
THE PERFECT WAGNERITE A COMMENTARY ON THE NIBLUNG'S RING
PREFACE TO ANDROCLES AND THE LION: ON THE PROSPECTS OF CHRISTIANITY
THE IRRATIONAL KNOT
BY BERNARD SHAW BEING
THE SECOND NOVEL OF HIS NONAGE
PREFACE
TO THE AMERICAN EDITION OF 1905
BOOK I
THE IRRATIONAL KNOT
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
BOOK II
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
BOOK III
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
THE WATERS OF MARAH,
BY ELINOR MCQUINCH.
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
BOOK IV
CHAPTER XVIII
"MARIAN."
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
THE IMPOSSIBILITIES OF ANARCHISM.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSION
PREFACE TO MAJOR BARBARA: FIRST AID TO CRITICS
AN UNSOCIAL SOCIALIST
MAN AND SUPERMAN
A COMEDY AND A PHILOSOPHY By Bernard Shaw
Contents
EPISTLE DEDICATORY TO ARTHUR BINGHAM WALKLEY
My dear Walkley:
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
PRESS CUTTINGS
O'FLAHERTY V.C.: A RECRUITING PAMPHLET
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
ACT IACT IIACT IIIACT IV
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
NOTES TO CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION
SOURCES OF THE PLAY
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
Contents
PREFACE TO FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
INDUCTION
THE PLAY
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
EPILOGUE
HEARTBREAK HOUSE
A FANTASIA IN THE RUSSIAN MANNER ON ENGLISH THEMES
By Bernard Shaw
1913-1916
Contents
HEARTBREAK HOUSE AND HORSEBACK HALL
HEARTBREAK HOUSE
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
THE INCA OF PERUSALEM: AN ALMOST HISTORICAL COMEDIETTA
By George Bernard Shaw
PROLOGUE
THE PLAY
GETTING MARRIED
Preface To "Getting Married"
1908
PREFACE TO GETTING MARRIED
THE REVOLT AGAINST MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE NEVERTHELESS INEVITABLE
WHAT DOES THE WORD MARRIAGE MEAN
SURVIVALS OF SEX SLAVERY
A NEW ATTACK ON MARRIAGE
A FORGOTTEN CONFERENCE OF MARRIED MEN
HEARTH AND HOME
TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING
LARGE AND SMALL FAMILIES
THE GOSPEL OF LAODICEA
FOR BETTER FOR WORSE
WANTED: AN IMMORAL STATESMAN
THE LIMITS OF DEMOCRACY
THE SCIENCE AND ART OF POLITICS
WHY STATESMEN SHIRK THE MARRIAGE QUESTION
THE QUESTION OF POPULATION
THE RIGHT TO MOTHERHOOD
MONOGAMY, POLYGYNY AND POLYANDRY
THE MALE REVOLT AGAINST POLYGYNY
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL POLYGYNY
THE OLD MAID'S RIGHT TO MOTHERHOOD
IBSEN'S CHAIN STITCH
REMOTENESS OF THE FACTS FROM THE IDEAL
DIFFICULTY OF OBTAINING EVIDENCE
MARRIAGE AS A MAGIC SPELL
THE IMPERSONALITY OF SEX
THE ECONOMIC SLAVERY OF WOMEN
UNPOPULARITY OF IMPERSONAL VIEWS
IMPERSONALITY IS NOT PROMISCUITY
DOMESTIC CHANGE OF AIR
HOME MANNERS ARE BAD MANNERS
SPURIOUS "NATURAL" AFFECTION
CARRYING THE WAR INTO THE ENEMY'S COUNTRY
SHELLEY AND QUEEN VICTORIA
A PROBABLE EFFECT OF GIVING WOMEN THE VOTE
THE PERSONAL SENTIMENTAL BASIS OF MONOGAMY
DIVORCE
IMPORTANCE OF SENTIMENTAL GRIEVANCE
DIVORCE WITHOUT ASKING WHY
ECONOMIC SLAVERY AGAIN THE ROOT DIFFICULTY
LABOR EXCHANGES AND THE WHITE SLAVERY
CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE
DIVORCE A SACRAMENTAL DUTY
OTHELLO AND DESDEMONA
WHAT IS TO BECOME OF THE CHILDREN?
THE COST OF DIVORCE
CONCLUSIONS
GETTING MARRIED
GREAT CATHERINE (WHOM GLORY STILL ADORES)
Contents
THE AUTHOR'S APOLOGY FOR GREAT CATHERINE
GREAT CATHERINE
THE FIRST SCENE
THE SECOND SCENE
THE THIRD SCENE
THE FOURTH SCENE
THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS
THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS
1910
PREFACE TO THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS
How the Play came to be Written
Thomas Tyler
Frank Harris
Harris "durch Mitleid wissend"
"Sidney's Sister: Pembroke's Mother"
Shakespear's Social Standing
This Side Idolatry
Shakespear's Pessimism
Gaiety of Genius
Jupiter and Semele
The Idol of the Bardolaters
Shakespear's alleged Sycophancy and Perversion
Shakespear and Democracy
Shakespear and the British Public
THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS
THE SHEWING-UP OF BLANCO POSNET
PREFACE
THE CENSORSHIP
A READABLE BLUEBOOK
HOW NOT TO DO IT
THE STORY OF THE JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE
WHY THE MANAGERS LOVE THE CENSORSHIP
A TWO GUINEA INSURANCE POLICY
WHY THE GOVERNMENT INTERFERED
THE PEERS ON THE JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE
THE COMMITTEE'S ATTITUDE TOWARD THE THEATRE
A BAD BEGINNING
A COMIC INTERLUDE
AN ANTI-SHAVIAN PANIC
A RARE AND CURIOUS FIRST EDITION
THE TIMES TO THE RESCUE
THE COUNCIL OF TEN
THE SENTENCE
THE EXECUTION
THE REJECTED STATEMENT
PART I
THE WITNESS'S QUALIFICATIONS
THE DEFINITION OF IMMORALITY
WHAT TOLERATION MEANS
THE CASE FOR TOLERATION
THE LIMITS TO TOLERATION
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LAW AND CENSORSHIP
WHY THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN?
THE DIPLOMATIC OBJECTION TO THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN
THE OBJECTION OF COURT ETIQUET
WHY NOT AN ENLIGHTENED CENSORSHIP?
THE WEAKNESS OF THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT
AN ENLIGHTENED CENSORSHIP STILL WORSE THAN THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S
THE PRACTICAL IMPOSSIBILITIES OF CENSORSHIP
THE ARBITRATION PROPOSAL
END OF THE FIRST PART OF THE REJECTED STATEMENT.
THE REJECTED STATEMENT: PART TWO
THE LICENSING OF THEATRES
THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN LICENSING AND CENSORSHIP
PROSTITUTION AND DRINK IN THEATRES
WHY THE MANAGERS DREAD LOCAL CONTROL
DESIRABLE LIMITATIONS OF LOCAL CONTROL
SUMMARY
PREFACE RESUMED
MR. GEORGE ALEXANDER'S PROTEST
ELIZA AND HER BATH
A KING'S PROCTOR
COUNSEL'S OPINION
WANTED: A NEW MAGNA CHARTA
PROPOSED: A NEW STAR CHAMBER
POSSIBILITIES OF THE PROPOSAL
STAR CHAMBER SENTIMENTALITY
ANYTHING FOR A QUIET LIFE
SHALL THE EXAMINER OF PLAYS STARVE?
LORD GORELL'S AWAKENING
JUDGES: THEIR PROFESSIONAL LIMITATIONS
CONCLUSION
AYOT ST. LAWRENCE, 14TH JULY 1910.
THE SHEWING-UP OF BLANCO POSNET
THE MAN OF DESTINY
BERNARD SHAW
Three Plays by Brieux
Contents
Preface By Bernard Shaw.
From Molière to Brieux.
How the XIX century found itself out.
Jack the Ripper.
Rise of the Scientific Spirit.
Zolaism as a Superstition.
The Passing of the Tragic Catastrophe and the Happy Ending.
The Difference between Brieux and Molière or Shakespear.
Brieux and the Boulevard.
The Pedantry of Paris.
How to Write a Popular Play.
Why the Critics are always Wrong.
The Interpreter of Life.
How the Great Dramatists torture the Public.
Brieux’s Conquest of London.
Parisian Stupidity.
Brieux and the English Theatre.
The Censorship in France and England.
Brieux and the English Censorship.
Taboo.
The Attitude of the People to the Literary Arts.
The Dread of the Original Thinker.
The Justification of Conventionality.
Why Les Hannetons was Censored.
Misadventure of a Frenchman in Westminster Abbey.
Marriage and Malthus.
Brieux and the Respectable Married Man.
Brieux shews the Other Side.
The Most Unmentionable of All Subjects.
Why the Unmentionable Must be Mentioned on the Stage.
Brieux and Voltaire.
As Good Fish in the Sea.
Maternity
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
The Three Daughters of M. Dupont
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
Damaged Goods
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
Maternity
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
PYGMALION
ACT 1ACT 2ACT 3ACT 4ACT 5
PREFACE TO PYGMALION.
A Professor of Phonetics.
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
MAJOR BARBARA
BERNARD SHAW
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
The Revolutionist's Handbook and Pocket Companion
PREFACE TO THE REVOLUTIONIST'S HANDBOOK
FOREWORD
AND YET
JOHN TANNER
I
ON GOOD BREEDING
II
PROPERTY AND MARRIAGE
III
THE PERFECTIONIST EXPERIMENT AT ONEIDA CREEK
IV
MAN'S OBJECTION TO HIS OWN IMPROVEMENT
V
THE POLITICAL NEED FOR THE SUPERMAN
VI
PRUDERY EXPLAINED
VII
PROGRESS AN ILLUSION
VIII
THE CONCEIT OF CIVILIZATION
IX
THE VERDICT OF HISTORY
X
THE METHOD
The Miraculous Revenge
Bernard Shaw
HALDEMAN-JULIUS COMPANY GIRARD, KANSAS
THE MIRACULOUS REVENGE
THE MIRACULOUS REVENGE
OVERRULED
BERNARD SHAW
1912
PREFACE TO OVERRULED.
THE ALLEVIATIONS OF MONOGAMY.
INACCESSIBILITY OF THE FACTS.
THE CONVENTION OF JEALOUSY
THE MISSING DATA OF A SCIENTIFIC NATURAL HISTORY OF MARRIAGE.
ARTIFICIAL RETRIBUTION.
THE FAVORITE SUBJECT OF FARCICAL COMEDY.
THE PSEUDO SEX PLAY.
ART AND MORALITY.
THE LIMITS OF STAGE PRESENTATION.
PRUDERIES OF THE FRENCH STAGE.
OUR DISILLUSIVE SCENERY.
HOLDING THE MIRROR UP TO NATURE.
FARCICAL COMEDY SHIRKING ITS SUBJECT.
OVERRULED.
MISALLIANCE
Maxims for Revolutionists
THE GOLDEN RULE
IDOLATRY
ROYALTY
DEMOCRACY
IMPERIALISM
LIBERTY AND EQUALITY
EDUCATION
MARRIAGE
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
TITLES
HONOR
PROPERTY
SERVANTS
HOW TO BEAT CHILDREN
RELIGION
VIRTUES AND VICES
FAIRPLAY
GREATNESS
BEAUTY AND HAPPINESS, ART AND RICHES
THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN
MODERATION
THE UNCONSCIOUS SELF
REASON
DECENCY
EXPERIENCE
TIME'S REVENGES
GOOD INTENTIONS
NATURAL RIGHTS
FAUTE DE MIEUX
CHARITY
FAME
DISCIPLINE
WOMEN IN THE HOME
CIVILIZATION
GAMBLING
THE SOCIAL QUESTION
STRAY SAYINGS
SELF-SACRIFICE
THE PHILANDERER
By George Bernard Shaw
ACT I
END OF ACT I.
ACT II
END OF ACT II.
ACT III
END OF ACT III.
ACT IV
MRS WARREN'S PROFESSION
With The Author's Apology (1902)
Contents
THE AUTHOR'S APOLOGY
MRS WARREN'S PROFESSION
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE
Bernard Shaw
ACT IACT IIACT III
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
CURTAIN.
NOTES TO THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE
BURGOYNE
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
BRUDENELL
THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA: PREFACE ON DOCTORS
1909
DOUBTFUL CHARACTER BORNE BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
DOCTOR'S CONSCIENCES
THE PECULIAR PEOPLE
RECOIL OF THE DOGMA OF MEDICAL INFALLIBILITY ON THE DOCTOR
WHY DOCTORS DO NOT DIFFER
THE CRAZE FOR OPERATIONS
CREDULITY AND CHLOROFORM
MEDICAL POVERTY
THE SUCCESSFUL DOCTOR
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SELF-RESPECT IN SURGEONS
ARE DOCTORS MEN OF SCIENCE?
BACTERIOLOGY AS A SUPERSTITION
ECONOMIC DIFFICULTIES OF IMMUNIZATION
THE PERILS OF INOCULATION
DOCTORS AND VIVISECTION
THE PRIMITIVE SAVAGE MOTIVE
THE HIGHER MOTIVE. THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE.
THE FLAW IN THE ARGUMENT
LIMITATIONS OF THE RIGHT TO KNOWLEDGE
A FALSE ALTERNATIVE
OUR OWN CRUELTIES
THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF CRUELTY
ROUTINE
THE OLD LINE BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST
VIVISECTING THE HUMAN SUBJECT
"THE LIE IS A EUROPEAN POWER"
AN ARGUMENT WHICH WOULD DEFEND ANY CRIME
THOU ART THE MAN
WHAT THE PUBLIC WANTS AND WILL NOT GET
THE VACCINATION CRAZE
STATISTICAL ILLUSIONS
THE SURPRISES OF ATTENTION AND NEGLECT
STEALING CREDIT FROM CIVILIZATION
BIOMETRIKA
PATIENT-MADE THERAPEUTICS
THE REFORMS ALSO COME FROM THE LAITY
FASHIONS AND EPIDEMICS
THE DOCTOR'S VIRTUES
THE DOCTOR'S HARDSHIPS
THE PUBLIC DOCTOR
What then is to be done?
MEDICAL ORGANIZATION
THE SOCIAL SOLUTION OF THE MEDICAL PROBLEM
THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE PRACTICE
THE TECHNICAL PROBLEM
THE LATEST THEORIES
HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND
By George Bernard Shaw
PREFACE
HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND
CANDIDA
BERNARD SHAW
1898
ACT IACT IIACT III
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA
By George Bernard Shaw
Contents
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V
NOTES TO CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA
CLEOPATRA'S CURE FOR BALDNESS
BACK TO METHUSELAH
BERNARD SHAW
PREFACE
THE DAWN OF DARWINISM
THE ADVENT OF THE NEO-DARWINIANS
POLITICAL INADEQUACY OF THE HUMAN ANIMAL
COWARDICE OF THE IRRELIGIOUS
IS THERE ANY HOPE IN EDUCATION?
HOMEOPATHIC EDUCATION
THE DIABOLICAL EFFICIENCY OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
FLIMSINESS OF CIVILIZATION
CREATIVE EVOLUTION
VOLUNTARY LONGEVITY
THE EARLY EVOLUTIONISTS
THE ADVENT OF THE NEO-LAMARCKIANS
HOW ACQUIREMENTS ARE INHERITED
THE MIRACLE OF CONDENSED RECAPITULATION
HEREDITY AN OLD STORY
DISCOVERY ANTICIPATED BY DIVINATION
CORRECTED DATES FOR THE DISCOVERY OF EVOLUTION
DEFYING THE LIGHTNING: A FRUSTRATED EXPERIMENT
IN QUEST OF THE FIRST CAUSE
PALEY'S WATCH
THE IRRESISTIBLE CRY OF ORDER, ORDER!
THE MOMENT AND THE MAN
THE BRINK OF THE BOTTOMLESS PIT
WHY DARWIN CONVERTED THE CROWD
HOW WE RUSHED DOWN A STEEP PLACE
DARWINISM NOT FINALLY REFUTABLE
THREE BLIND MICE
THE GREATEST OF THESE IS SELF-CONTROL
A SAMPLE OF LAMARCKO-SHAVIAN INVECTIVE
THE HUMANITARIANS AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
HOW ONE TOUCH OF DARWIN MAKES THE WHOLE WORLD KIN
WHY DARWIN PLEASED THE SOCIALISTS
DARWIN AND KARL MARX
WHY DARWIN PLEASED THE PROFITEERS ALSO
THE POETRY AND PURITY OF MATERIALISM
THE VICEROYS OF THE KING OF KINGS
POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM IN EXCELSIS
THE BETRAYAL OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION
CIRCUMSTANTIAL SELECTION IN FINANCE
THE HOMEOPATHIC REACTION AGAINST DARWINISM
RELIGION AND ROMANCE
THE DANGER OF REACTION
A TOUCHSTONE FOR DOGMA
WHAT TO DO WITH THE LEGENDS
A LESSON FROM SCIENCE TO THE CHURCHES
THE RELIGIOUS ART OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
THE ARTIST-PROPHETS
EVOLUTION IN THE THEATRE
MY OWN PART IN THE MATTER
BACK TO METHUSELAH.
PART I
ACT I
ACT II
PART II
PART III
PART IV
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
PART V.
AUGUSTUS DOES HIS BIT
A TRUE-TO-LIFE FARCE
By George Bernard Shaw
AUGUSTUS DOES HIS BIT
Arms and the Man
by George Bernard Shaw
INTRODUCTION
ARMS AND THE MAN
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ANNAJANSKA, THE BOLSHEVIK EMPRESS
ANDROCLES AND THE LION
BERNARD SHAW
1912
ACT IACT II
PROLOGUE
ACT I
ACT II
THE ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE
OR, CONSTANCY UNREWARDED
NEW YORK BRENTANO'S 1913
WORKS OF
BERNARD SHAW
BRENTANO'S
THE ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE
PREFACE
The Admirable Bashville; or, Constancy Unrewarded
NOTE ON MODERN PRIZEFIGHTING

First Edition

A TREATISE ON PARENTS AND CHILDREN

PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Trailing Clouds of Glory

Childhood is a stage in the process of that continual remanufacture of the Life Stuff by which the human race is perpetuated. The Life Force either will not or cannot achieve immortality except in very low organisms: indeed it is by no means ascertained that even the amoeba is immortal. Human beings visibly wear out, though they last longer than their friends the dogs. Turtles, parrots, and elephants are believed to be capable of outliving the memory of the oldest human inhabitant. But the fact that new ones are born conclusively proves that they are not immortal. Do away with death and you do away with the need for birth: in fact if you went on breeding, you would finally have to kill old people to make room for young ones.

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