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Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: PN1655
The Oxford English Dictionary gives the earliest usage of the term\ud ‘stand-up comic’ as 1966, but in fact it has been in use for much\ud longer. This short article searches newspapers and trade\ud publications like Variety and The Stage to try and find the earliest\ud uses of the related terms ‘stand-up comedy’, ‘stand-up comedian’\ud and ‘stand-up comic’ in a search for their origin.
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