Arms and the Man is one of George Bernard Shaw's most glittering comedies that takes place during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War.
It tells the story of a young Bulgarian woman, Raina, who encounters Bluntschli, a mercenary Swiss soldier for the Serbian army, when he bursts into her bedroom and begs her to hide him.
Arms and the Man, a mixture of wit and humour, presents a satire on the conventional values about war, love, social class, and morality.
|No. of Pages||96|
|Author||George Bernard Shaw|