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What makes George Bernard Shaw’s play 'Joan of Arc' great?

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  1. Complex and unconventional characters
  2. The form of the play
  3. A mix of several genres

Saint Joan is a play written by George Bernard Shaw and published in 1923. In this work, Shaw delivered us an interpretation of her life. It's a kind of hommage which respects the true historical events and written after Shaw studied the documents recorded during Joan's trial. It is one of the most famous plays about her and we can note that it was written only three years after Joan was canonized.

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