Tag Archives: Bernard Shaw

Object of the Month – A letter from Ireland

May’s Object of the Month is this stunning portrait by Augustus John which hangs in the Dining Room here at Shaw’s Corner. Here is Shaw writing from Coole Park in Ireland to Frances Chesterton, storyteller and writer, and the wife … Continue reading

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Wells, my boy ….

Wells, my boy …What needs rubbing in now is that English prosperity has hitherto depended on her contiguous heaps of coal and iron: that is of her early exploitation of these stores of energy. We are now getting cut out … Continue reading

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“The Shaw’s Corner Blog” Act I, Scene I

Stratford-Upon-Avon; A literary pilgrimage It might seem strange to start a blog about the place where one playwright died with a visit to the place where another died, but when those playwrights are George Bernard Shaw and William Shakespeare then … Continue reading

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