Orson Welles: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts)
This new work contains the most comprehensive bibliography of Orson Welles' work and material written on Welles. It presents a concise history of Welles' life and career, paying special attention to the ways he was presented by the media. At different points in his career, he was portrayed as a young genius, a spoiled brat, a European playboy, a political rebel, and both a consistent failure as well as a consistent master of the arts. The book examines the material which led to such public impressions and determines how and why these materials presented him in such a way, while comparing it to the truth of Orson Welles: the man, the artist, and the showman.
Specifications of Orson Welles: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts)
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