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In response to your article (14 February) on May Morris’s love letter of 14 February 1886 to George Bernard Shaw, Michael Holroyd writes (Letters, 18 February) that there is no need to add “George” to the playwright, who never used that name on his plays. That might have been true of his plays, but at that time of the love letter, when he was writing theatre and art criticism for the Dramatic Review (1885-86), the publication published his handwritten signature “George Bernard Shaw”.
Teresa Krajewska
London

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