Books: Answer: Shaw

THE ADVENTURES OF THE BLACK GIRL ix HER SEARCH FOR GOD—Bernard Shaw— Dodd, Mead ($1.50).

There is not a fool can call me friend, And I may dine at journey's end With Landor and with Donne.

—W. B. Yeats

Irish Poet William Butler Yeats, conscious of his own worth, seats himself modestly midway at the long table of his peers. Irish Playwright George Bernard Shaw, who for years has twinklingly told the world that he is a greater man than Shakespeare, has now written a fable that will further shock the righteous. In it...

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