Chimes at Midnight

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Rutgers University Press, 1988 - Performing Arts - 340 pages
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A conflation of the Shakespearean history plays that feature Falstaff, the great comic figure played by Welles himself in the film.
  

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Contents

Introduction New York World Journal Tribune
3
Filmography and Bibliography
9
A Biographical The New Statesman John
294
Interviews Cahiers du Cinema Serge
301
Reviews and Commentaries Rule and Misrule in Henry
307
Michael Anderegg326
326
Selected Bibliography339
339
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Lyons is Professor of English and Associate Dean for Humanities at Rutgers University.

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