Paper on the Play "Mrs.Warren Profession" (1894) by Bernard Shaw - Conventionality: Morality over Choice
During the Victorian Era, prostitution was seen with a disapproving eye, but sadly, prostitution was a supplemental form of income for many working-class girls. Bernard Shaw's play Mrs. Warren's Profession (1894), is considered by most to illustrate Mrs. Warren - the protagonist who values traditional thought - to be more conventional than her independence-seeking daughter Vivie Warren. The conventional thought and behavior of the early nineteenth century is present in Mrs. Warren's character, an individual that leans toward the majority of society. …
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