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Reviews by Chinonso Ihenacho

Arms and the Man

by George Bernard Shaw

Some 12th grade students might find the book boring but I find it rather interesting.
Shaw presents a society were the masters and the servants are clearly separated.We see that the servants are true to themsleves whie the matersare the ones who put up a facade thereby hiding their true nature.
All in all,I find it rather intriguing as I get the inside scoop of what actually happens in the homes and lives of those who control our society.

Reviewed on 2011.10.07

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