Shaw pp 267-267 | Cite as

Sartorial Shaw

  • Augustin Hamon
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From Augustin Hamon, The Twentieth Century Molière, trans. Eden and Cedar Paul (London: George Allen & Unwin, 1916) pp. 88–90. Augustin Hamon (1862–1945) was a French socialist author who at Shaw’s insistence became his French translator in 1904. The Twentieth Century Molière, a study of Shaw and his work, was first published in Paris in 1913. Here Hamon begins by describing Shaw’s appearance when they met in 1894.


Twentieth Century Literary History Massive Sole Publisher Limited French Translator 
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