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Shavian

1. of, relating to, or like George Bernard Shaw (1856--1950), the Irish dramatist and critic, his works, ideas, etc.
2. an admirer of Shaw or his works
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Emecheta's adoption of the fable form, her deliberately unrealistic evocation of an imaginary kingdom, is buttressed by references to kriors and by the citation of the Shavian "Song of Freedom" (17).
In the action of her novel Emecheta foregrounds the issue that underlies the literary debate - the end of the Shavian form of African socialism, and the rise of the neo-imperialist nation-state.
When a Shavian woman goes into labor, Ista, a trained gynecologist, instantly pushes past Shoshovi and attempts to take charge.
Strongly disagreeing with Fyrth is David Nathan, who examines the same era, as well as the decade that followed it, and the same Shavian play, Geneva.
Upon completing Shaw and Politics, I gave fervent thanks that GBS so persistently transmuted his political SDH into Shavian Dramatic Art.