"William E. Emba"|
In this not-very-stageable play in five parts, Shaw expounds on
mankind and the theory of evolution, from Adam and Eve in the
Garden of Eden to a paradise world 30,000 years in the future.
It turns out that in the future, when these transhumans get bored
with the opposite sex, or life in general, they take up mathematics.
There is a very interesting mathematical footnote regarding Shaw.
A mathematician, Archibald Henderson (professor at Duke, author
of THE TWENTY SEVEN LINES UPON THE CUBIC SURFACE) was an early
devotee of GBS, became one of Shaw's good friends, his best known
critic, and his official biographer.