Everyman and Other Medieval Miracle and Morality Plays
Digireads.com Publishing, 1 janv. 2010
The medieval morality play, which became popular in Europe during the 15th and 16th century, is a allegorical drama in which personal attributes are personified and the moral of choosing good over evil is generally conveyed. In this volume you will find one of the most famous examples of this genre in the play Everyman along with the following other plays: The Deluge, Abraham, Melchisedec, And Isaac, The Wakefield Second Shepherds' Play, The Coventry Nativity Play, The Wakefield Miracle-Play Of The Crucifixion, The Cornish Mystery-Play Of The Three Maries, The Mystery Of Mary Magdalene And The Apostles, The Wakefield Pageant Of The Harrowing Of Hell, and God's Promises.