|Written by||Dario Fo|
A dramatised personal testimony by a Mamma Togni, legendary woman partisan from the Upper Po valley, near Pavia. She is called into the streets to help people resist a meeting being organised by Fascists. She then tells about her time as a nurse, helping wounded partisans in World War II. This piece was first performed in Pavia in 1971, and was then published as part of Guerra di popolo in Cile (1973).
- Mitchell, Tony (1999), Dario Fo: People's Court Jester (Updated and Expanded), London: Methuen, ISBN 0-413-73320-3.
- Mitchell 1999, p. 124
- Mitchell, Tony. The People's Court Jester, Methuen Books, London, 1999.
- Online English translation: Togni. Retrieved August 4, 2012.