Gran Simulacro: Section 2, Chapter 5
From the Manuscript
WAYS THAT ONE MUST HOLD ONESELF AGAINST A BESTIAL MAN.
- If you have an encounter with a bestial man, that is, one without measure and tempo, who throws many blows at you with great impetus, there are two things that you can do: first, adopting the play of mezzo tempo, as I show you in its place, you will strike him during his throwing of a thrust or a cut, in his sword-hand or arm; alternately allow him to go into empty space, with somewhat of a slip of your body to the rear, then immediately give him a thrust in the face or chest.
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