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Ioannes Falstaff

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Ioannes Falstaff, amicus principis Henrici (regis Henrici V futuri), est persona fabularum Gulielmi Shakesperii, qui eum primum in ludo scaenico historico Henry IV part I praesentavit, mox in Henry IV part II. Mors eius in Henry V nuntiatur. Eadem persona (sine cura chronologica) in comoedia The Merry Wives of Windsor reperitur. Post Shakesperium alii scriptores necnon compositores persona Falstaff usi sunt:

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  • Bloom, Harold, ed., Falstaff. Novi Eboraci: Chelsea House, 1992.
  • Caldwell, Ellen M. "'Banish All the Wor(l)d': Falstaff's Iconoclastic Threat to Kingship in I Henry IV" in Renascence vol. 59 (2007).
  • Cooper, Stephen. The Real Falstaff: Sir John Fastolf and the Hundred Years War. Londinii: Pen & Sword, 2010.
  • Doloff, Steven. "Falstaff's 'Honour': Homeric burlesque in I Henry IV (1597-8)" in Notes and Queries vol. 55 (2008).
  • Grady, Hugh. "Falstaff: Subjectivity between the Carnival and the Aesthetic" in Modern Language Review vol. 96 (2001).
  • Taylor, Gary. "William Shakespeare, Richard James, and the House of Cobham" in Review of English Studies vol. 58 (1987).
  • Wilson, John Dover. The Fortunes of Falstaff. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1943.