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My Dear Fitzmaurice Letters of G B Shaw To Agent

While George Bernard Shaw was busy working on his next play, he inherited property in Carlow. Now an accidental landlord, living in London - Shaw was receiving requests from tenants demanding financial support and repairs to his properties. (1984)

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