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Other Non-Fiction Shaw, George Bernard: The Revolutionist’s Handbook, v.1, 25 July 2008
#1  Patricia 07-24-2008, 11:40 PM
The Revolutionist’s Handbook and Pocket Companion (1903)
By George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)
Writing as: John Tanner, M.I.R.C. (Member of the Idle Rich Class).

This text was published alongside the play, ‘Man and Superman.’ One of the character is supposed to have written it.

Contents:
Preface to the Revolutionist’s Handbook
Foreword
I: On Good Breeding
II: Property and Marriage
III: The Perfectionist Experiment at Oneida Creek
IV: Man’s Objection to His Own Improvement
V: The Political Need for the Superman
VI: Prudery Explained
VII: Progress an Illusion
VIII: The Conceit of Civilization
IX: The Verdict of History
X: The Method
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