Arms and the Man
George Bernard Shaw wrote this comedic play about love and war in 1894, yet it continues to be his most performed play around the world. It takes place during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War and features a heroine named Raina who is engaged to Sergius, a war hero. During the war Raina hides another man named Bluntschli in her home, but he leaves before Sergius returns from battle. Upon his return, Sergius himself seems more interested in the servant girl then in Raina, but when Bluntschli returns for a visit and seems romantically interested in Raina, Sergius threatens him with a duel. Full of humor and romance, this play is a sure hit. Complete and unabridged version, 56 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel
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