2 edition of Observations on the origin of the medieval passion-play. found in the catalog.
Observations on the origin of the medieval passion-play.
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Observations on the origin of the medleval passion-play. Some fifteen years ago the prevailing theory as to the origin of mediaeval plays concerning the Passion was authoritatively expressed in these words: Im friiheren Mittelalter gab es keine anderen Dramatisierungen der Leidensgeschichte als die Marienklagen.
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The church had passion plays about the stories of the bible to teach the people, and it was actually from these that the secular drama developed. Feudal Karl Young has written: 'The presidential address' 'Offprints: Officium pastorum' 'Observations on the origin of the mediaeval passion-play' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Medieval Drama Medieval theater included types of play that were intended to instruct people religiously.
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