Man and Superman

by George Bernard Shaw

When the brains of the average reader become tangled up in the mazes of Mr. Shaw's latest offering, "Man and Superman," he will wonder, long before its close, whether he, or the author, is crazy. That is, if he takes the book seriously. If he does not, he will enjoy himself thoroughly, but will have failed to appreciate the spirit and intention of the work's creator.

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