from SHAW 2 (1982)
John R. Pfeiffer
A CONTINUING CHECKLIST OF SHAVIANA
1. Works by Shaw
Shaw, Bernard. Bernard Shaw:
. Bernard Shaw. Plays.
Punishment and Imprisonment." In Prose Models. Ed. George Levin.
Collected Plays, vol. 4. Under the
general editorship of A.A. Anikst, N. Ya. D'yakonova, Yu. V. Kovalev, A. G. Obraztsova, A.
S. Romm, B. A. Stanchits
and I. V. Stupnikov.
'Professor Pfeiffer, SHAW Bibliographer,
welcomes information about new or forthcoming Shaviana: books,
articles, pamphlets, monographs, dissertations, reprints, etc. His
address is Department of English,
,JOHN R. PFEIFFER
Bobrov and M. Bogoslovskaya,
trans., with preface trans. by Ye. Lopyryeva). Translations and transliterations for this note by Roger Freling,
. Collected Plays, vol. 5.
. "The Devil Speaks."
. The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism, Capitalism, Sovietism and Fascism. To be issued in paperback by Penguin Books in May 1981. Price: $3.95.
. Lady, Wilt Thou Love Me? Eighteen Love Poems for
Ellen Terry. Ed. Jack Werner.
. Letter to a close friend
(excerpts), owner of a yeast company, reporting receipt of a yeast shipment
and commenting on the fall of
. Letter to
. Letter to
Kingsley Martin, 1934, in Kingsley Martin's "Shaw and Wells."
Reprinted in H.G.
Wells, Interviews and Recollections. Ed. J. R. Hammond.
. Major Barbara. In The Modern Age. Ed. Leonard Lief and James F. Light. Fourth
. Musical criticism of Wagner
from various publications, in Robert Hartford, ed.,
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gives, and obey it to the most exhaustive satisfaction.' And as that impulse is never, in a fertile artistic nature, the impulse to do what was done last time, the two laws are
incompatible, being laws respectively of
death and life in art.
. The Screenplays of Bernard Shaw. Ed. Bernard F. Dukore.
. Shaw's Music. The Complete
Musical Criticism. Ed. Dan H. Laurence.
. "So He Took
His Hat Round": A Facsimile of a Manuscript.
11. Books and Pamphlets
Robert. "Shaw, (George) Bernard." In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Twenty volumes.
Bearinger, David. "Shaw and His
Plays." In Bernard Shaw: Selected Plays.
Bell, Michael. The Context of English
Ingrid, and Burgess, Alan. Ingrid Bergman: My Story.
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Press, 1980. Bergman met GBS just once in 1948 on the occasion of Pascal's invitation to her to film or stage Candida. She used the opportunity to tell Shaw she didn't do Saint Joan because she thought it unrealistic. Shaw asked her to visit again. Saying she would like to, Bergman offered to bring her husband. GBS, she reports, indicated he wasn't interested in her husband. Bergman played Captain Brassbound's Conversion in 1972. She thought it was a bad play, but this run finished in the black because she was in it.
Booth, Michael R. Prefaces to
English Nineteenth-Century Theatre.
Bradbury, Ray. "GBS and the Loin of Pork."
In The Haunted Computer
and the Android Pope.
Darracott, Joseph. The World of Charles Ricketts.
Davies, W. H. Young
Elliot, Vivian. Images
of George Bernard Shaw. An
exhibition at the National Theatre 2 March to 25 April 1981.