Burlesque

Father of burlesque poetry. Hipponax of Ephesus. (Sixth century B.C.)

Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

More on Burlesque from Fact Monster:

  • burlesque - burlesque burlesque [Ital.,=mockery], form of entertainment differing from comedy or farce in that ...
  • Feast of Fools - Fools, Feast of Fools, Feast of, burlesque religious festival of the Middle Ages. It occurred ...
  • Second Shepherds' Play - Second Shepherds' Play Second Shepherds' Play, an English miracle play by the Wakefield ...
  • Teofilo Folengo - Folengo, Teofilo Folengo, Teofilo , 1496–1544, Italian burlesque poet, who used the pseudonym ...
  • Rustico di Filippo - Rustico di Filippo Rustico di Filippo , 13th cent. Italian poet. He was perhaps one of the first to ...

Related Content