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by Dario Fo

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Studied Accidental Death of an Anarchist when at school, so wanted to re-read it. Still left feeling I don't really Get It though - not enough history and political awareness _and_ a dislike of farce probably makes me the wrong audience. Started to read the Mistero Buffo, read the first two and thought I had the flavour, so drifted off and read something else. ( )
  atreic | Nov 8, 2011 |
Fo is pretty amazing, witty, incisive. I particularly like Misterio Buffo. I have never seen it performed, though I have worked on it for monologues and done readings. ( )
  RRHowell | Mar 5, 2010 |
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Mistero Buffo, or The Comic Mysteries, is based on research into mediaeval mystery plays; The Accidental Death of an Anarchist concerns the "accidental" (or not) death of an anarchist railwork who "fell" (or was pushed) to his death from a police headquarters window in 1969; Trumpets and Raspberries is "A deeply subversive farce" (The Guardian) in which the boss of Italy's biggest car manufacturer FIAT, is mistaken for a left wing terrorist.


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Dario Fo is Italy's leading contemporary performer/playwright, renowned throughout the world for his radical satires. This volume contains three of his major plays, including Accidental Death of an Anarchist, together with two short farces

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