1926. Most of Shaw's early plays were either banned by the censor or refused production. He began the practice of writing the challenging, mocking, eloquent prefaces to his plays, which were sometimes longer than the play itself. In 1925 he won the Nobel prize. Contents: Jitta's Atonement; Trifles and Tomfooleries: The Admirable Bashville; or, Constancy Rewarded; Press Cuttings; The Glimpse of Reality; Passion, Poison, and Petrification; or, the Fatal Gazogene; The Fascinating Foundling; and The Music-Cure. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Literature-Fiction, Dramas-Plays, British-Irish,