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Bernard Shaw and China

Cross-Cultural Encounters

Bernard Shaw and China( )
Author: Li, Kay
Editor: Dietrich, Richard F.
Foreword by: Weintraub, Stanley
Weintraub, Rodelle
Series title:Florida Bernard Shaw Ser.
Publication Date:Oct 2007
Publisher:University Press of Florida
Book Format:Hardback
List Price:USD $59.95
Book Description:

Bernard Shaw "traveled" to China in three respects: publication of his work, theater production of it, and his actual passage in 1933. The first Chinese performances of Shaw's plays have long been regarded as failures, but Kay Li presents evidence from correspondence and from rare newspaper reports that reveals these early productions could be regarded as qualified successes and brave endeavors.   A native Chinese speaker, Li examines the...
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Detailed Subjects: Literary Criticism / Drama
Performing Arts / Theater / General
History / Asia / China
Drama / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):6 x 9 x 0.99 Inches
Book Weight:1.29 Pounds
Author Biography
Li, Kay (Author)
Stanley Weintraub is Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Arts & Humanities at Pennsylvania State University. He has written acclaimed works of military history on World Wars I & II. He lives in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania.


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