'Severe' backlash after Ira Glass of 'This American Life' says 'Shakespeare sucks'
In his fascinating piece, Kirsch calls Glass a philistine, but then reminds us that George Bernard Shaw and Leo Tolstoy also hated Shakespeare, for different reasons. "For these great writers, Shakespeare stood in their way as an indestructible ...
Byrne Identity: Harbaugh's Speech In Ravens First Team Meeting
The head coach then showed this excerpt of Robert Kennedy's famous speech when RFK quoted the famed Irish writer George Bernard Shaw, who wrote: “Some men see things as they are and say, 'Why?' I dream things that never were and say, 'Why not?'”.
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This, after all, was a woman who inspired naughty nursery rhymes by her pal George Bernard Shaw (“She'll have bells on her fingers / and rings through her nose, / And won't be permitted to wear any clo'es”) and sent J. M. Barrie, creator of Peter Pan, ...
MOVIE REVIEW: No magic in Woody Allen's latest film
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... to ripping off classical playwrights, first Tennessee Williams with the vastly overrated “Blue Jasmine” (“A Streetcar Named Desire”) and now “Magic in the Moonlight,” which ham-handedly reworks George Bernard Shaw's “Pygmalion,” or as it's better ...