Early English Drama Essay by The Research Group

Early English Drama
This paper studies three early English dramas in relation to morality, church and religion.
# 72345 | 1,582 words | 3 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Drama and Theater (English) , Religion and Theology (General) , Literature (General)


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In this article the writer analyzes three early English dramas 'Noah's Flood', 'The Second Shepherd's Play' and 'Everyman'. The writer discusses these dramas according to their commonalities in relation to morality, Church, and religion.

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"The values in art of any era often reflect the most pressing concerns and staunchest values of the culture in which that art is produced. The case is no different in three literary works of early English drama, 'Noah's Flood', 'The Second Shepherd's Play' and 'Everyman'. Each of these works shares commonalities with respect to the values that are exhibited as positive in each of them. All of these plays demonstrate that only a life lived in accordance with Church doctrine and God's commandments will ... "

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