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Everymans testament of beauty

a study in the testament of beauty of Robert Bridges.

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        StatementStudent Christian Movement Press
        PublishersStudent Christian Movement Press
        LC Classifications1932
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 69 p. :
        Number of Pages47
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Now of penance I will wade the water clear, To save me from purgatory, that sharp fire. DIE DOOT Hoe sidi aldus onvroet, Elckerlijc, daer ghi hebt vijf sinnen, Dat ghi soe onsuver sijt van sinnen Ende ic so haestelijc come onversien.

Hunt: fere; BL: great feare. Everyman asks Good-Deeds to accompany him, and she says that she would, but that she cannot stand up. DIE DOOT Het wert ghedaen, almachtich God. Like Fellowship, Cousin and Kindred also refuse to help Everyman or accompany him on his journey. What has brought them in such haste to the northerly castle of Beaurain, which is just about as far from Normandy as Guy could have taken Harold within his own territory? The Angel says: Come chosen bride, here above, and hear that sweet Everymans testament of beauty of the angels because of your good Virtue.

If that would assist me to my benefit, I would not have lost everything yet.

Analysis of the Morality Play Everyman

What, Beauty, whither will ye? Lord God, who will now help me by which I yet would be happy? ' 'It is all presented from a Norman perspective.

In u aenscouwen Ick coem met Kennisse te mijnen behouwe, Bedroeft van herten ende seer versaecht, Want ic ben vander Doot ghedaecht Te gaen een pelgrimagie, die groot is. Dye vij Duechden, dye machtich waren, Sijn alle verdreven ende verjaecht, Want donnosel heeft mij seer gheclaecht.

Studies of the tapestry have devoted much attention to the flattering way in which Bishop Odo is portrayed, but the focus on Odo has eclipsed the emphasis which is more subtly placed on others and it has obscured some of the more astonishing layers of hidden meaning in the work.

It bound the swearer both in sanctity and honour. Is the target audience of each sort of play the same?


Och, en sal ic haer nyet toe dorren spreken? By stating that Everyman will receive eternal glory, Good-Deeds implies that the simple acts of repentance, prayer, and self-flagellation effectively saved his soul. This is also the earliest time that the tapestry can be proved to have been situated in Bayeux.