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By J.R. Mulryne, Margaret Shrewring

Theatre of the English and Italian Renaissance stories interrelationships among English and Italian Theatre of the Renaissance interval, together with texts, functionality and function areas, and cultural parallels and contrasts. Connections are traced among Italian writers together with Aretino, Castiglione and Zorenzo Valla and such English playwrights as Shakespeare, Lyly and Ben Jonson. The influence of Italian renowned culture on Shakespeare's comedies is analysed, including Jonson's theatrical sport of Venice, and Italian resources for the court docket masques of Jonson, Daniel and Campion.

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But then most judgements in life are like that; and given the nature of the phenomenon we are studying, we are not likely to find anything better. 1t is a crucial piece of evidence in a number of ways, and a translation of most of it is reproduced as Appendix A to this article, with bibliographical details. ) As the Appendix shows, the dialogue was collected by Vito Pandolfi in his six volumes of documentary evidence on commedia deli' arte, in the part where he is offering examples of the humour and style of the individual arte masks, getting as near as he can to the pioneering 24 Theatre 01 the English and ltalian Renaissance years of the genre between around 1550 and 1620.

Enters, singing): Water from the overflow Trickling down the flue. Stick the wench upon the bench And sod you too. 130. MAGNIFICO: Here he comes. God, wh at a song! 131. ZANI: Evening, boss. 132. MAGNIFICO: Where the hell have you been, blast you? 129. ZANI 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. ZANI: Good news, boss! J've been there. MAGNIFICO: You've been where? ZANI: To see your lady friend. Good news! MAGNIFICO: Really? ZANI: Really, boss. MAGNIFICO: My dear chap, come on now, 139. 140. 141. 142. 143.

TINCA: Will it work? Scrip ted Theatre and the Commedia DelI' Arte 31 BRANCA: Absolutely. TINCA: As I desire ? BRANCA: No more, no less. TINCA: According to my hopes? BRANCA: Spot on. 'Spot on' ('Di bel punto'), if this were in fact an improvised scene, would have to be identified as the cue line. Immediately after that, there is a variation which uses 'elastic' modular structure not just for wordplay, but to organise the physical skills which are so often regarded as characteristic of commedia delI' arte.

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