Another abundance of redundance. Featuring Russian, German and Italian puppetry, organ-grinding, and other nonsense.
Whether Cervantes saw it or not, it is possible as he describes.
Or, How to cook the old lady who swallowed a fly without stooping to cannibalism. Cumulative songs (and monstrous nested stuffing recipes) in Quixote and Estebanillo González, with the grossest video you’ll see today.
Snot-nosed pseudo-saints in a Lingua Franca song by Juan del Encina.
De los granadinos de Barcelona y las mozuelas de Logroño y otros lugares.
That’s what Lope de Vega and Spanish documents say, so how come the British don’t mention it?
From saviour to saved to savoury: the de-/remystification of bodily imperfection.
Stark naked, or wearing a curious garment?