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Everyman; a moral play
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Everyman; a moral play (udgave 1903)

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Western drama, having all but disappeared during the Dark Ages, reemerged spontaneously in the liturgy and life of the medieval church. Vernacular miracle plays of England's Middle Ages were performed by lay people -- many by trade guilds -- unschooled in church Latin, but familiar with the biblical events upon which the dramas were based. Morality plays provided moral instruction, their principal characters vivid personifications of virtue and vice. The most durable of the morality plays has proven to be Everyman, whose central character, summoned by Death, must face final judgment on the strength of his good deeds. This venerable drama is reprinted here along with three other medieval classics: The Second Shepherds' Play, Noah's Flood, and Hickscorner.… (mere)
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Titel:Everyman; a moral play
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Info:Imprint: New York, Fox, Duffield and Company, 1903. Description: x p., 1 ℓ., 43 p. front., 6 pl. 21 cm.
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An interesting morality play about how to live your life. ( )
  Velmeran | Jan 26, 2019 |
I remember reading this in high school and some Protestant kids got upset because of the message of the importance of good deeds in the afterlife. Read it in the context of the time it was written. ( )
  neverstopreading | Mar 30, 2018 |
A successful portray of the day judgement with some defects like the incorporation of God in the play as a major character and some old and decayed thoughts.
I read it for college and give it four stars this means I can have a good mark , right ?
I'll keep my fingers crossed :D ( )
  Soplada | Feb 27, 2014 |
I actually read an online version of this text provided by my teacher as part of my Introduction to Drama course, so this is not the same version I'm writing about, but is the same work. Personally, I found this play to be quite a bit more simple and straightforward than most, while having language that could be very difficult to fully follow at times. It is a great allegorical work, and a good example of a morality play, but I don't think I'll ever count it among my favorite dramatic works. Still, there is quite a serious lesson there to ponder, and anyone interested in seriously studying drama will likely consider this to be an important era of development in the history of the form. Overall, I am kind of glad we had to read it, because even if I don't love it, I definitely think it's interesting. ( )
  TiffanyAK | Oct 30, 2013 |
Everyman is an interesting study of medieval morality plays. ( )
  391 | Feb 15, 2010 |
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Western drama, having all but disappeared during the Dark Ages, reemerged spontaneously in the liturgy and life of the medieval church. Vernacular miracle plays of England's Middle Ages were performed by lay people -- many by trade guilds -- unschooled in church Latin, but familiar with the biblical events upon which the dramas were based. Morality plays provided moral instruction, their principal characters vivid personifications of virtue and vice. The most durable of the morality plays has proven to be Everyman, whose central character, summoned by Death, must face final judgment on the strength of his good deeds. This venerable drama is reprinted here along with three other medieval classics: The Second Shepherds' Play, Noah's Flood, and Hickscorner.

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