5 edition of York mystery plays found in the catalog.
York mystery plays
Includes bibliographical references (p.).
|Statement||edited by Richard Beadle and Pamela M. King.|
|Series||The World"s classics|
|Contributions||Beadle, Richard., King, Pamela M.|
|LC Classifications||PR1261 .Y67 1995b|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||94030709|
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The York Corpus Christi cycle is the oldest and best-known of the English mystery cycles, and its depth and scope are reflected in the selection of twenty-two pageants offered in this volume. Included are plays on the Creation, the Fall of Man, the Incarnation, Passion, and Resurrection of Christ, and the Last Judgement/5.
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The York Play of Corpus Christi, also known as the York Cycle, has been central to the study of early English theatre for over a century and a touchstone for the revival of Author: Margaret Rogerson. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the York Mystery Plays: A Selection in Modern Spelling by Richard Beadle at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Oxford University Press, USA. ✏York Mystery Plays Book Summary: This volume offers 22 of the central pageants which make up York's famous Corpus Christi cycle.
The York cycle is the oldest and best-known of the English mystery cycles, and its depth and scope are reflected in the selection printed here. Now, the York Mystery Plays are celebrated at an annual Yorkshire Festival. Although it is unclear who wrote each play in the collection, literary scholars suggest that clerics wrote the plays.
Each guild then adapted the play’s content to suit its needs. The plays are short in length, and the verses within each play are short and rhythmic.