Friday Fun Facts – George Bernard Shaw
In 1880, 23-year-old George Bernard Shaw worked for the Edison Telephone Company. On this day, he quit his job to write full time. One of his most famous plays was Pygmalion, which was produced in 1912. It became the well-known musical My Fair Lady.
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Posted on July 5, 2013, in fiction, Fun Facts, inspiration, nonfiction, poetry, writer's life, writing, writing ideas and tagged creativity, encouragement for writers, fiction, fun facts, inspiration, nonfiction, poetry, writing, writing ideas. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.