The Devil’s Disciple by George Bernard Shaw
Shaw’s first successful play. Dick Dudgeon is a merry reprobate known as "the devil’s disciple” due to rebellion against his repressive puritan upbringing. Set in the American Revolution, Dick also rebels against the British who desperately march from town to town hanging perceived traitors. Due to mistaken identity, Dick finds himself trading places with the local Calvinist minister. Shaw examines who really is good and bad. Some of Shaw's most entertaining characters fill out this story of revolt… Show more
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