"Man and Superman" is George Bernard Shaw's response to the request of his fans to write a Don Juan themed play. This four-act drama often preformed without or with an abbreviated version of the lengthy third act can be seen as a simple comedy of manners or, as Shaw had intended, something quite more, an exposition of Nietzsche's philosophical ideas of the "Superman." "Man and Superman" is considered to be one of Shaw's greatest works, a masterpiece of dramatic literature.
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Published April 1, 2004
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