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George Bernard Shaw's Academy Award & Nobel Prize
George Bernard Shaw's Academy Award & Nobel Prize
Shaw with his Oscar and Nobel Prize Medal

Origin

George Bernard Shaw

Type

Trophy and Medal

Effects

Induces a short coma where the recipient can witness a tangible future

Downsides

Recording events alters the timeline, preventing its occurrence

Activation

Possession

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

37416-5710

Shelf

27069-3845-667

Date of Collection

1957

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OriginEdit

George Bernard Shaw (1865 - 1950) was an Irish playwright, critic and polemicist whose influence on Western theatre, culture and politics extending from the 1880s to his death and beyond. Shaw wrote more than sixty plays; his most accomplished works were Man and Superman, Pygmalion and Saint Joan. Incorporating both contemporary satire and historical allegory, in 1925 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Shaw's views were contentious and caused unpopularity by denouncing both sides in the First World War as equally culpable. In 1938 he received an Academy Award for his film Pygmalion about a bet to take a bedraggled Cockney flower girl to pass for a duchess at an ambassador's garden party.

EffectsEdit

Possession will cause person to slip into a one day long coma, upon awaking they will have seen a possible future to write about. Due to the knowledge of this future it will no longer come to pass, as it has been altered.

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