A primary work that Dr. William Pierce credited as influencing his thinking, and that led him to found Cosmotheism as the far-reaching philosophy and belief system for White people. Shaw began writing Man and Superman in 1901 and determined to write a play that would encapsulate the new century’s intellectual inheritance. Shaw drew not only on Byron’s verse satire, but also on Shakespeare, the Victorian comedy fashionable in his early life, and from authors from Conan Doyle to Kipling. In this powerful drama of ideas, Shaw explores the role of the artist, the function of women in society, and his theory of Creative Evolution.
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