Saint Joan

Saint Joan

A Chronicle Play in Six Scenes and An Epilogue

Book - 2001
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Penguin Putnam
With Saint Joan, Shaw reached the height of his fame as a dramatist. Fascinated by the story of Joan of Arc (canonized in 1920), but unhappy with "the whitewash which disfigures her beyond recognition," he presents a realistic Joan: proud, intolerant, naïve, foolhardy, always brave-a rebel who challenged the conventions and values of her day.

Baker & Taylor
Dramatizes the trial, career, and execution of Joan of Arc.

Publisher: London ; New York : Penguin Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780140437911
0140437916
Branch Call Number: PAPERBACK Classics Sha
Characteristics: 168 pages ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Weintraub, Stanley 1929-

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Mysticara7
Mar 28, 2011

This is a classic so there's really no point in me telling you whether I liked it or not. It's a play, so it should only take you an hour or two to read anyway.

Here's a list of the page numbers of all the good female monologues I found, though there might be more that I haven't found. There are only two female roles, only one of which has more than a couple lines. There are good male monologues and good scenes as well, I just haven't bothered to find them.

Joan: "ablebodied country girl of 17 or 18"
102-103, 108, 112, 137-138

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