Book Review: Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Year of First Publication: 1912 Year of Publication for This Edition: 2009 Number of Pages: N/A Publisher: Project Gutenberg Genre: Drama, Comedy Find it on Project Gutenberg or in paperback. (Disclosure: the last one is an affiliate link.) We kick off this year’s Reading Ireland Month with one of the great classics of Irish drama.Continue reading “Book Review: Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw”

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Yet Another Book Haul

You know how this works: the local library holds a massive book sale, I come away with a whole mess of books, and then I blog about them. And you comment on them. Let’s go. 1: Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw Owing to my long-standing fascination with Joan of Arc and Fariba’s excellent reviewContinue reading “Yet Another Book Haul”

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