Bibliography of Willa Cather's Reading

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Total Number of Entries in Reading Bibliography: 1056

    Shaw, George Bernard

  1. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: Arms and the Man
    Date: 1898
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: Calls Shaw's The Devil's Disciple "eccentric" like Arms and the Man.
    Note Source: Leader 3/29/1898


  2. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: Cashel Byron's Profession
    Date: 1882
    Genre: fiction
    Note Relating to Cather: Calls Shaw's Cashel Byron's Profession "a novelized drama."
    Note Source: Leader 11/25/1899


  3. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: Mrs. Warren's Profession
    Date: 1894
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: "Much the strongest and most orderly and least farcical of Mr. Shaw's published plays."
    Note Source: Leader 12/2/1898


  4. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: The Devil's Disciple
    Date: 1897
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: Calls the play "eccentric" like Arms and the Man, and continues: "The first act of The Devil's Disciple is sane, serious, rational, and constructed by the most approved methods. The scapegrace son returns to the stony bosom of his Puritan family, whose narrowness and selfishness and pretentious piety long ago sent him to the devil.... But in the third act Mr. Shaw leaps gaily into the domain of travesty and all his unbridled freakishness breaks out.... The worst of it is one always has a dark suspicion that this gaily inconsistent Mr. Shaw is not really so inconsistent after all; that his insanity is really the hardest kind of sense, that he only mocks at life because it is too sad and too sordid for tears.... In this play Mr. Shaw may let his serious motif fritter out in a comic opera air because he believes that the most exalted life-dramas usually end in a farce."
    Note Source: Leader 3/29/1898


  5. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: The Perfect Wagnerite
    Date: 1898
    Genre: nonfiction
    Note Relating to Cather: "Mr. Shaw does Wagner the honor to take him quite seriously and praiseworthily refrains from making merry at his expense."
    Note Source: Leader 5/271899


  6. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: The Quintessence of Ibsenism
    Date: 1891
    Genre: nonfiction
    Note Relating to Cather: Mentioned in review of Shaw's The Perfect Wagnerite.
    Note Source: Leader 5/27/1898


  7. Author: Shaw, George Bernard
    Title: Widowers' Houses
    Date: 1892
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: "If Mr. Shaw had...permitted even one of his characters either a conscience or a heart, he would have made a great play. As it is, he has only a whimsical travesty for his pains."
    Note Source: Leader 12/2/1898