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Brereton argues that Fluellen, a character in William Shakespeare's Henry V, is one of the most dull, cowardly, pretentious characters ever written. He also surmises that Shakespeare may have based his character on a real person.
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Sydney:Angus and Robertson,1930Z676021930selected work criticism biography autobiography prose essay short story Sydney:Angus and Robertson,1930