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'''George Bernard Shaw'''(1856 - 1950), Irish playwright, writer, socialist propagandist, art, music and drama critic, vegetarian and total abstainer, won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1925.  
 
'''George Bernard Shaw'''(1856 - 1950), Irish playwright, writer, socialist propagandist, art, music and drama critic, vegetarian and total abstainer, won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1925.  
  
His best known plays are possibly ''The Devil's Disciple'', ''Saint Joan'', ''Androcles and the Lion'', and ''Pygmalion'', wich was the basis for the musical ''My Fair Lady''.
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His best known plays are possibly ''The Devil's Disciple'', ''Saint Joan'', ''Androcles and the Lion'', and ''Pygmalion'', which was the basis for the musical ''My Fair Lady''.
  
 
His music criticism was collected in three volumes in 1981, as ''Shaw's Music''.
 
His music criticism was collected in three volumes in 1981, as ''Shaw's Music''.

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George Bernard Shaw(1856 - 1950), Irish playwright, writer, socialist propagandist, art, music and drama critic, vegetarian and total abstainer, won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1925.

His best known plays are possibly The Devil's Disciple, Saint Joan, Androcles and the Lion, and Pygmalion, which was the basis for the musical My Fair Lady.

His music criticism was collected in three volumes in 1981, as Shaw's Music.