London, Green Wood Publishing: 1992
Edition: First Edition.
128pp., b/white photographic illustrations, plus several colour, throughout. Book clean, square. Spine firm, gilt title there-on. Plain blue boards have several small, shallow indentations to rear panel. Leaves clean. Illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket price-clipped, indented on rear panel (as board). " . . . takes a critical look at Chaplin's strengths and weaknesses as an artist. The private man is also assessed, for, like many comedians, Charlie Chaplin was neither as happy nor as appealing as the characters he so convincingly portrayed." Contents include: The Kid, Maki... View More...