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Monday, 04 October 2021 11:58

OPINION: We all win when we argue

In the England of the early 20th century, there were no two writers more dissimilar than G.K. Chesterton and George Bernard Shaw. Chesterton was a conservative who wrote literary essays, a long-running newspaper column, and the popular Father Brown series of detective stories. Shaw was a socialist whose famous plays include "Man and Superman," "Saint Joan," and "Pygmalion," from which the popular musical "My Fair Lady" was later adapted.

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