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By James K. Lowers

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In CliffsNotes on Shaw's guy and Superman & Caesar and Cleopatra you discover of George Bernard Shaw's a number of performs. Man and Superman is a satirical comedy of rules the place the legislations of nature is concerned: funds capacity nourishment, that is man's first quandary; marriage ability youngsters, that are woman's best curiosity. Who will win in Shaw's conflict of the sexes?

Caesar and Cleopatra deals an unconventional examine those eponymous characters who're depicted as very mortal and extremely mistaken humans. during this play, Shaw examines our notions of heroism, femininity, intelligence, and morality — after which turns them within out — with kind and brilliance.

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George Bernard Shaw: His Plays. Boston, 1905. RATTRAY, R. F. Bernard Shaw: A Chronicle and an Introduction. London, 1951. SKIMPOLE, HERBERT. Bernard Shaw: The Man and His Work. London, 1918. STRAUSS, E. Bernard Shaw, Art, and Socialism. London, 1942. WARD, A. C. Bernard Shaw. London, 1951.

He sees a movement and is ready to run his sword through the carpet when Caesar thrusts a hand inside, and Cleopatra emerges, gasping for air: "I'm smothered," she says. " Caesar is not pleased that Cleopatra has smuggled herself inside his fortress. He has troops to command, and when Cleopatra insists that soldiers' lives are worthless, he tells her candidly that her "life matters little here"; in fact, at present, she is the only one who is concerned with her welfare. And he is not happy to learn that she cannot return--even if she would agree to.

In contrast, there is Cleopatra, a young nymphet-not quite a woman and not yet wise. Cleopatra's youth and innocence could be used to their advantage. Belzanor follows the Persian's logic, and he demands that the queen's chief nurse, Ftatateeta, bring Cleopatra to him. Ftatateeta, old and sinewy, with "the mouth of a bloodhound and the jaws of a bulldog," enters. She mocks Belzanor's arrogant orders; he does not frighten her. As Cleopatra's nurse, she herself has some control over the Nile. " The queen has often been carrying around the sacred cats and whispering her secrets to them; it she has learned that the Romans are coming, then perhaps she has gone to the Sphinx--especially since the sacred white cat is missing.

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