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Inexhaustible Engines

Michael Holroyd, 1 March 1984

Bernard Shaw: A Bibliography, Vols I and II 
by Dan Laurence.
Oxford, 1058 pp., £80, December 1983, 0 19 818179 5
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Bernard Shaw. Vol. I: 1856-1907 
by Margery Morgan.
Profile, 45 pp., £1.50, July 1982, 0 85383 518 7
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The Art and Mind of Shaw: Essays in Criticism 
by A.M. Gibbs.
Macmillan, 224 pp., £20, October 1983, 0 333 28679 0
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... before his own. Most to be regretted among these overlooked works are the two pamphlets on Shaw by Margery Morgan that came out during 1982 as Numbers 274 and 276 in the series ‘Writers and their Work’. Margery Morgan’s previous books on Shaw and Granville-Barker are well-known and highly-regarded. It is ...

The Raging Peloton

Iain Sinclair: Boris Bikes, 20 January 2011

... Marlon Brando in The Wild One. Patrick Wright, in Passport to Peking, quotes the Labour politician Morgan Phillips, who visited China as part of a delegation in 1954. ‘As I saw the great mass of cycles on the road I was reminded of a day in Bedford during the last war … The workers were leaving the factory for the lunch-hour break. All at once I seemed to ...

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