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But the N. town playwright shows greater skill both in dramatizing the scene of
the adultery and in heightening the excitement of the battle of wits between Christ
and the Pharisees. The action is vividly presented and the dialogue rings true: it ...
The York Pageant of the Pinners and Painters THE CRUCIFIXION The liturgical
playwrights seem to have made little use of the Passion theme, perhaps because
the central rite of the Mass was felt to be an incomparable enactment of Christ's ...
Coming of the Kings; Adoration (Goldsmiths). 18. Flight into Egypt (Marshals). 19.
Slaughter of the Innocents (Girdlers and Nailers). 20. Christ with the Doctors (
Spurriers and Lorimers). 21. Baptism of Jesus (Barbers). 22. Temptation (Smiths).
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The Creation of Adam and Eve York
The Fall of Man York
Cain and Abel N town
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