Introduction to Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw

The play "Arms and the Man" is a soft display of how mocking attitude towards the acts of bravery that nations tend to display at their millitary mights. The hypocritic bahaviours of the nations are displayed when their individuals try to appear to be gentle and up to the mark whereas in reality they least bother of what they themselves try to display. So, Shaw makes fun of our trivialities and shows our own abaseness in the heights of our prides. However, he does like purer hearts for they lure beauty in all forms.

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