Everyman: A Morality Play

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Montrose Jonas Moses
J.F. Taylor, 1903 - Moralities, English - 69 pages
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Page lxvi - ... of the day ; I dreamed fast of mirth and play: In youth is pleasure, in youth is pleasure. Methought I walked still to and fro, And from her company I could not go ; But when I waked it was not so : In youth is pleasure, in youth is pleasure.
Page lvi - ... heare and see them. The places where they played them was in every streete. They begane first at the Abay gates, and when the first...
Page xliv - ... wherein was borne more than one hundred torches of wax, costly garnished, burning light, and above two hundred clerks and priests, in surplices and copes, singing. After the which were the sheriffs...
Page lxiii - As to the beginning of the said gild, be it known that, once on a time, a play setting forth the goodness of the Lord's Prayer was played in the city of York; in which play all manner of vices and sins were held up to scorn, and the virtues were held up to praise.
Page 40 - Chramer, gip die varwe mier, diu min wengel roete, da mit ich di jungen man an ir danch der minnenliebe noete! Item: Seht mich an, 40 jungen man! Lat mich eu gevallen!
Page 11 - Tusshe, by thy thankes I set not a strawe, Shewe me your grefe and saye no more. EVERYMAN. If I my herte sholde to you breke, And than you to tourne your mynde fro me, 225 And wolde not me comforte whan ye here me speke, Then sholde I ten tymes soryer be.
Page xxxi - ... the men on one side and the women on the other. The...
Page xlix - Christus resurgens"', and afterwards Jesus shall speak.7 IHESDS. Erthly man, that I haue wroght, Wight ly wake, and slepe thou noght! With bytter bayll I haue the boght, To make the fre. Into this dongeon depe I soght, And all for luf of the.
Page 18 - Take good heart to you, and make no moan. But one thing I warn you, by Saint Anne, As for me, ye shall go alone. Everyman. My cousin, will you not with me go?
Page 11 - And so ye shall evermore; For in fayth and thou go to hell, I wyll not forsake the by the waye. Everyman. Ye speke lyke a good frende; I byleve you well. I shall deserve it and I maye.

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