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The Summoning of Everyman by Geoffrey Cooper
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The Summoning of Everyman

by Geoffrey Cooper, Geoffrey Cooper

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I actually read an online version of this text provided by my teacher as part of my Introduction to Drama course, so this is not the same version I'm writing about, but is the same work. Personally, I found this play to be quite a bit more simple and straightforward than most, while having language that could be very difficult to fully follow at times. It is a great allegorical work, and a good example of a morality play, but I don't think I'll ever count it among my favorite dramatic works. Still, there is quite a serious lesson there to ponder, and anyone interested in seriously studying drama will likely consider this to be an important era of development in the history of the form. Overall, I am kind of glad we had to read it, because even if I don't love it, I definitely think it's interesting. ( )
  TiffanyAK | Oct 29, 2013 |
Everyman is an interesting study of medieval morality plays. ( )
  391 | Feb 15, 2010 |
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