Everyman. Gramercy, my frendes and kynnesmen kynde. Now shall I shewe you the grefe of my mynde: I was commaunded by a messenger, That is a hye kynges chefe offycer. He bad me go a pylgrymage, to my payne, And I knowe well I shall neuer come agayne.
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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 (speaking specifically about The Second Shepherds' Play). The language was difficult and hard to follow, and I really did not care for it all that terribly much with the time that it took to unravel what was being said, but as a mystery play, it does play a fairly large role in the history of drama. I really can't see myself choosing to read it again unless required for a class, but you never know.
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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 (speaking ...
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