Everyman, and Medieval Miracle Plays

Everyman, and Medieval Miracle Plays

Book - 1993
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God's creations of man in a lyrical dramatization; Noah's cantankerous and hilariously funny wife refusing to leave without her friends; the Massacre of the Innocents

Miracle Plays were a popular form of entertainment throughout the Middle Ages, and part of the poetic and dramatic tradition on which Shakespeare drew. Everyman discovers what you can't take with you when you go. He beseeches in turn friends, family (one pleads 'cramp in my toe'), possessions ('I follow no man in such voyages'), and finally falls back on moral and religious values.

This is the most comprehensive paperback edition available and includes an introduction and extensive notes.
Publisher: London : J.M. Dent ; Rutland, Vermont : C. Tuttle, 1993.
Edition: New ed.
ISBN: 9780460872805
Branch Call Number: 822.0516 Everyman 1993
Characteristics: xxxi, 256 p. ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Cawley, A. C. (Arthur C.)
Rooney, Anne
Alternative Title: Everyman.


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