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George bernard shaw's pygmalion first appeared in 1912 and it has provided entertainment ever since it was first performed in 1913 and. George bernard shaw was born in 1856, in dublin his father was a civil servant and his mother was a singer he changed schools several times as he grew. George bernard shaw: pygmalion table of contents pygmalion (play, 1912, 107 pages) this title is not on your bookshelf [add to shelf] (0 / 10 books on shelf).