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Candida is a farce drafted in 1894 and first printed in 1898 and one of his Plays Pleasant. The main stars are minister James Morell, his wife Candida and a young poet, Eugene Marchbanks, who is madly in love with Candida. The comedy connotes Victorian concepts of love and marriage, questioning what a woman actually wants from her husband. The priest is a Christian Socialist, letting Shaw, who himself is a Fabian Socialist, to entwine political problems, present during that time, into the tale.