Medieval German Drama: Four Plays in Translation
Stephen K. Wright, Keith Glaeske
Pegasus Press, 2002 - Drama - 240 pages
"Noteworthy artistic achievements in their own right, these four plays are striking examples of four distinctive genres of early European drama. The Easter Play is a surprisingly eclectic composition that combines equal measures of piety, satire, and sheer"
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