Everyman and medieval miracle plays

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Arthur C. Cawley
Dent, 1956 - Drama - 266 pages
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Review: Everyman and Medieval Miracle Plays (Everyman's Library)

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I didn't read all of the plays in this, but I very much liked the Biblical narratives. They were funny and to the point. Everyman was also very enjoyable and had a very universal message. The personification of ideas were applicable to every man. :) Read full review

Review: Everyman and Medieval Miracle Plays (Everyman's Library)

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This is very interesting from the standpoint of development of literature and of the ideas of Christianity at the time. But from a pure enjoyment perspective, it ranks pretty low. Read full review

Contents

The Creation of Adam and Eve York
11
The Fall of Man York
17
Cain and Abel N town
25

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