Readings — From the November 2012 issue

Renaissance Man

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From an interview with Paul Hudert, a juggler who performs under the name Paolo Garbanzo at Renaissance faires and with the Flying Karamazov Brothers, by Rachel Lee Rubin, an American studies professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Rubin conducted the interview as research for her book Well Met: Renaissance Faires and the American Counterculture, published this month by NYU Press. rachel rubin: So when did you start doing the Renaissance faire? paul hudert: I found out about Ren faires in my college years and went, “What? Are you kidding?” The interaction and just the live theater and the kind …

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