(p.267) Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel is a Synge scholar who has moved into Shaw Studies. His earlier publications on Synge, Shaw, James Connolly, and Irish theatre include three books since 2001 and numerous essays in journals and anthologies, the most recent being “Shaw and the Syngean Provocation” in The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies (2010). He is professor at Massachusetts Maritime Academy where he teaches Irish literature and theatre.
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Pygmalion's Wordplay: The Postmodern Shaw, by Jean Reynolds (1999)
Shaw's Theater, by Bernard F. Dukore (2000)
Bernard Shaw and the French, by Michel W. Pharand (2001)
The Matter with Ireland, second edition, edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene (2001)
Bernard Shaw's Remarkable Religion: A Faith That Fits the Facts, by Stuart E. Baker (2002)
Bernard Shaw's “The Black Girl in Search of God”: The Story Behind the Story, by Leon Hugo (2003)
Shaw Shadows: Rereading the Texts of Bernard Shaw, by Peter Gahan (2004)
Bernard Shaw: A Life, by A. M. Gibbs (2005)
What Shaw Really Wrote about the War, edited by J. L. Wisenthal and Daniel O'Leary (2006)
Bernard Shaw and China: Cross-Cultural Encounters, by Kay Li (2007)
Shaw's Controversial Socialism, by James Alexander (2009)
Bernard Shaw as Artist-Fabian, by Charles A. Carpenter (2009)
Shaw, Synge, Connolly, and Socialist Provocation, by Nelson O`Ceallaigh Ritschel (2011)