histrion


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It offers the audience the opportunity to participate in the pleasure of immediate recognition or comprehension, most especially in the prologue when the First Histrion taunts the public with a harangue that is both insulting and titillating.
En Marta the Divine la presencia escenica de lucia se acentua mayormente porque su papel fue interpretado por un histrion (Sam Bosworth).
An extended representation of the performative nature of balconies occurs in the Histrion's Prologue to Il Marescalco, in which he impersonates a wife approached at her home by a procuress who spotted her in church.
Respecto a la interpretacion, se quejaba de "la persistencia" de Benavente "en sus veleidades de mal histrion".
La poesia americana tenia que "arrancar de las entranas populares, para no tornarse la remedada cavatina de un histrion" y ajustarse al reparto colonial: ser "la expresion viva y potente de un mundo virgen"--asi de "original" consideraba el frances la poesia de Whitman, como si la literatura americana, libre de tradiciones, surgiera por generacion espontanea: