This publication from John Bull's Other Island and Major Barbara: also How He Lied to Her Husband, Constable and Company Ltd, London, 1920 is a handmade reproduction from the original edition, and remains as true to the original work as possible. The original edition was processed manually by means of a classic editing which ensures the quality of publications and the unrestricted enjoyment of reading. The selected correspondence of Bernard Shaw related to the play How He Lied to Her Husband contains 24 letters. It represents a significant addition to contemporary understanding of Shaw's play How He Lied to Her Husband and reveals his thoughts on a wide variety of issues. Here are some book quotes from Bernard Shaw: " The German papers seem to have settled into a habit of reporting everything I do as a failure. All I can say is that the film How He Lied to her Husband directed by Cecil Lewis is the opening item in the program of the Carlton, which is a first rate London cinema. Although the principal film, to which mine is only a lever de rideau attracts the wrong sort of audience for my work, the people laugh at it as much as cinema audiences ever laugh (or perhaps a bit more) and it is kept in the bill.It has just been produced in America. Consequently the illiterate reporters who have never heard any language but Hollywood American, nor any colloquialisms, and who were mentally incapable of sustained attention, complained bitterly and just hated it. The qualified literate critics were all quite civil..." This book also includes an editor's note.
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