Captain Brassbound's Conversion

Captain Brassbound's Conversion

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by George Bernard Shaw
     
 

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George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright who co-founded the London School of Economics. Shaw wrote more than 60 plays with his most famous being Pygmalion, which served as the inspiration for the musical My Fair Lady.
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George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright who co-founded the London School of Economics. Shaw wrote more than 60 plays with his most famous being Pygmalion, which served as the inspiration for the musical My Fair Lady.

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Collectors Edition! In this three act comedy, no person or act is exactly what he, she, or it appears to be. Captain Brassbound's conversion is not from atheism to Christianity, but from a rough character to something slightly more refined, a conversion that lasts only until he leaves the influence of a rather beautiful but silly woman. Indeed, the missionary in the play was only capable of converting one man during his 25 years of activity in Morocco, and this man, a thief, only seems converted

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ISBN-13:
9781595402417
Publisher:
1st World Library
Publication date:
09/01/2004
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

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