Clifford Davidson, Martin W. Walsh, Ton J. Broos
TEAMS (the Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages), 2007 - Всего страниц: 104
Faced with death's certainty-and the uncertainty of the time of its coming, particularly in a historical period of widespread plague and other afflictions-as well as the inevitability of the hereafter, what is one to do? Everyman speaks to this dilemma. . . . The protagonist is one who, because he has laid up treasures on earth, has been in a position to do good deeds, but he has been very lax about it and instead has pursued enjoyment and wealth, the latter hoarded instead of being shared with the poor and needy. . . . Now he must, as the medieval mystics knew, endure the solitariness of leaving behind all that has given him comfort in this world. . . . This facing page translation of this Continental play will be useful to all students of theater.
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EVERYMAN and Its Dutch Original ELCKERLIJC
EXPLANATORY NOTES TO EVERYMAN
TEXTUAL NOTES TO EVERYMAN
Acts angels appear arte Beauty body called Cawley coming Confession Cousin CRACHT Daer Dance Death Dedes DEEDS desen Deth doen Doot Douce Drama DUECHT Dutch dying early edition Elckerlijc ende English Everyman fear Felawshyp FELLOWSHIP FIVE follow forsake friends gaen GHESELSCAP give given Gode goet gyve hath Heaven Hell helpe hence holy Hunt Huth John journey KENNISSE KNOWLEDGE Library live Lord loved mach mede Medieval mijn moet morality never niet one's play present printed production promise Proverbial reckoning reference rekeninghe rekenynge represented Sacrament salvation SENSES Seven sijn sins sonder soule stage Strength sure thee thou translation turn University Virtue voer waer Want whan wilt wolde wyll zijn