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  • The term Interludes became common for all such entertainments, and allegorical frameworks served to contain a wide variety of matter, farce, pedagogy, politics, religion, history, or pageant.

    The Facts About Shakespeare

  • “I daresay he was,” said I, “for the pieces which he wrote, and which he called Interludes, had a great run, and he got a great deal of money by them, but I should say the lines beneath the portrait are more applicable to the real Shakespeare than to him.”

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • The step which brings us to the Interludes is the conversion of the type into an individual with special marks about him peculiar to himself.

    The Growth of English Drama

  • And later an order was made in Gray's Inn that no Comedies, commonly called Interludes, should be acted in the refectory in the intervals of vacation, except at the celebration of Christmas; and that then the whole body of students should jointly contribute towards the dresses, scenes, and decorations.

    Christmas: Its Origin and Associations Together with Its Historical Events and Festive Celebrations During Nineteen Centuries

  • Enlightenment came...as I read the "Interludes" that Dr. Tschinkel has sprinkled throughout the book.

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  • Lastly in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries came the representation of what were called "Interludes," for the most part short farces of a very primitive order -- probably the offspring of the aforesaid passages of buffoonery.

    England under the Tudors

  • Queen Mary, the wise and witty John Heywood, from whose "Interludes" the step is so short to the first regular English comedy, in one of these pieces freely plagiarised a passage in the "Canterbury Tales."

    Chaucer

  • Video Podcast: Running Lines at Curious New Voices '"Interludes"

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  • Video Podcast: Running Lines at Curious New Voices '"Interludes"

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Video Podcast: Running Lines at Curious New Voices '"Interludes"

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