Ideas portrayed in "Candida", by George Bernard Shaw.
In 1896, George Bernard Shaw wrote 'Candida', which became his first successful work as a playwright after its first performance the following year (1897) and its publication two years later (1898).
Set in the north east suburbs of London, the three-act play is presented as a comedy in which the comfort of the Reverend Morrell in his marriage to Candida is threatened by the arrival of the young poet Marchbanks. As the story develops, these two men fight for the love of Candida, who is forced to choose between one of them. At the end, she decides to stay with her husband, arguing that he is…
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