The Philanderer The Philanderer is a play written by George Bernard Shaw. Unlike most plays whose purpose is to entertain this unusual play was written to raise awareness and label criticism at capitalist behaviour.
A Man of Means A Man of Means by P. G. Wodehouse. A Man of Means is a collection of six short stories that first appeared in the United Kingdom in 1914 and in the United States in 1916. The stories all feature Roland Bleke a young man for whom success comes far too easily and for whom financial success is a mixed blessing.
The Dolliver Romance Quote "Little Pansie was the one earthly creature that inherited a drop of the Dolliver blood. The Doctor's only child poor Bessie's offspring had died the better part of a hundred years before and his grandchildren a numerous and dimly remembered brood had vanished along his weary track in their youth maturity or incipient age till hardly knowing how it had all happened he found himself tottering onward with an infant's small fingers in his nerveless grasp. So mistily did his dead p ....MORE
The Day s Work Part I The Day's Work - Part I by Rudyard Kipling is a collection of short stories featuring mostly non-humans as main characters of each story. Featuring titles such as The Maltese Cat. Fiction