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What is the significance of the play st. joan by bernard shaw?
Bernard Shaw was a dramatic critic. He is said to be one pf the world's most famous playwrights. Even though there were many who opposed his progressive views, he was adamant in his desire to reform society. Shaw was a feminist and had great respect and consideration for women. St. Joan is the first play where a woman has been shown as a full fledged, strong willed character.
Shaw's art of characterization is depicted through clear descriptions, the manner in which the characters speak and the way they speak to each other. Shaw's plays are referred to as 'a drama of ideas' as they do not i…
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