George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright and won the 1925 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Books by George Bernard Shaw
Interviews where books by George Bernard Shaw were recommended
‘They don’t actually want to know anything, other than that this is a holy great art form beyond any other, that creates these über-geniuses who have no flaws and can do no wrong.’
Et Tu, Brute? The Murder of Caesar and Political Assassination
by Greg Woolf
American Caesar: Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964
by William Manchester
Caesar and Cleopatra
by George Bernard Shaw
The Complete Works of Julius Caesar
by Julius Caesar
Imperial Projections in Modern Popular Culture
by Sandra R. Joshel (Ed)
Julius Caesar was a populist politician and general of the late Roman Republic who immortalized himself not only by his beautiful writing about his military exploits, but also by the manner of his death. Here, British journalist and critic Peter Stothard, author of The Last Assassin, chooses five books to help you understand both the man and what motivated him and some of the people who have been inspired by him in the 2,000 years since he died.