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Nota Benes

Newspaper, blog or website: World Literature Today
Date: Dec 22 2015

In imagining hilarious and scandalous interactions and snappy dialogue, Dario Fo brings the infamous Lucrezia Borgia to life. He removes her from the reduction to mere victim or evil temptress and constructs a compelling and comic tale from a removed, third-person perspective that ironically comments on all the Borgias’ antics (or murderous schemes).