Arms and the man By George Bernard Shaw

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It’s 1885, and Raina’s bourgeois Bulgarian family is cought up in the heady patriotism of their war with Serbia. The beautiful and headstrong Raina eagerly awaits her fiance’s victorious return from battle – but instead meets a soldier who seeks asylum in her bedroom. This is one soldier who definitely prefers romance and chocolate to fear and bullets. War may be raging on the battlefield, but it’s the battle of the sexes that heats up this extraordinary comedy and offers very different notions of love and war.

 

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