Katritzky, M. A.
Comic stage routines in Guarinonius's medical treatise of 1610.
Theatre Research International, 25(3) pp. 217–232.
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Reviews some three dozen descriptions of lazzi, or comic professional Italian stage routines described in a medical treatise of 1610 written by the South Tirolean physician Hippolytus Guarinonius. Examines the information they offer, and the limitations of using it as historical evidence for stage practice.
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