Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a witty and thought-provoking play that explores class, identity, and the power of language. Immerse yourself in this captivating story of transformation and social commentary, crafted by one of the greatest playwrights of all time.

  • Follow the journey of Eliza Doolittle as she goes from a flower girl to a refined lady.
  • Engage with Shaw's sharp wit and satirical take on societal norms.
  • Reflect on the themes of social mobility, gender roles, and the importance of communication.
  • Experience the dynamic characters and sparkling dialogue that define Shaw's works.
  • This edition presents Shaw's acclaimed play in a high-quality format, making it an essential addition to the collection of theater enthusiasts and fans of insightful storytelling.


"George Bernard Shaw was born on 26 July 1856 in Dublin, Ireland. His interest in reading developed at a very young age, and he familiarized himself with a wide range of literature.
In 1878, he made his first attempt at drama but left it unfinished. Immaturity (1879), his first complete novel, was not printed until 1930s. His next two novels, The Irrational Knot (1880) and Love Among the Artists (1881), also failed to find a publisher. Between 1886 and 1898, Shaw worked as an art critic, a music critic, and a theatre critic. His career as a playwright began in 1892 with the Widowers’ Houses and his first commercial success came with Arms and the Man in 1894. His biggest success came in 1897 with Richard Mansfield’ s production of The Devil’ s Disciple, a historical melodrama. Pygmalion (1912) first premiered in Vienna in 1913. A stinging satire on the British class system, it was a remarkable success. Shaw died on 2 November 1950, aged ninety-four. In English dramatic history, Shaw’ s career was the longest. His plays have their own distinct characteristics, and he is regarded as the greatest British playwright after Shakespeare. Pygmalion remains his most popular play."

ISBN: 9788175994362

ISBN-10: 9788175994362

Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing

Publication Date: 01/02/2017 - 12:00am

On Sale: 01/02/2017 - 12:00am

Pages: 148

Language: English


Drama / Shakespeare

Fiction / Anthologies (multiple authors)

Fiction / Romance / Romantic Comedy