Everyman (5 of 5)
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Everyman (5 of 5)

Publication Date: September 20, 2010

Chapter: English Literature During The Middle Ages

Since most of Everyman is just a series of "Come with me! Oh, you can't? WAUGH, POOR ME!" I'm skipping to the end. Everyman and his Good Works hop into the grave, saying "hi" to God on the way down. Then "The Doctor" (seriously, Doctor was a proper noun in the text) appears to relate the moral of the story. I took that to its most logical and nerdy conclusion.

Tomorrow? The Sixteenth Century!

Year: c. 1480 • Info: Wikipedia

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