The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare
From the late-medieval period through to the seventeenth century, English theatrical clowns carried a weighty cultural significance, only to have it stripped from them, sometimes violently, by the close of the Renaissance when thefamed `license' of foolin
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