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Farsa e polemica in storie di poveri attori: La bohème dei comici di Raffaele Viviani

Fischer, D. (2004) Farsa e polemica in storie di poveri attori: La bohème dei comici di Raffaele Viviani. In: Theatre, Opera, and performance in Italy from the Fifteenth Century to the Present, Essays in Honour of Richard Andrews, The Society for Italian Studies, Occasional Papers No.6, edited by Brian Richardson, Simon Gilson an Catherine Keen. Maney Publishing, Leeds, UK, pp. 273-284. ISBN 0952590166

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The nineteen essays in this volume cover a wide chronological span from the 1470s to the 1990s. Their breadth of subject matter appropriately reflects the diversity of Dick Andrews's own research interests, including as they do considerations of the interactions between author/performer and public, between text and performance, and, more broadly still, between the written and the oral. Common to the essays, too, is an interest in crossing traditional disciplinary boundaries such as music and literature, architecture and theatre.