3 edition of Folklore and faith in the cycle plays found in the catalog.
Folklore and faith in the cycle plays
Christine Shaw Valerio
Bibliography: p. 85-87.
|Statement||Christine Shaw Valerio.|
|LC Classifications||PR643.M8 S43 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||84238583|
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The ten plays in this book, intended for middle and high school students, are drawn from the seemingly bottomless, ever-evolving fountain of American folklore and popular culture.
They range from European, African and Asian folktales recast in New World settings to the mythology associated with real-life figures such as Abraham Lincoln, Mother.
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The beliefs and customs which center around the Jew's life cycle, constituting the Jewish rites of passage, and around the general year cycle, comprising the Sabbath and the festivals, have throughout the ages undergone the same process of adoption and adaptation as other aspects of Jewish folklore.
This book was executed brilliantly, brings me back to the dark nights my dad used to tell us ghost stories around the fire when the electricity went. This book really holds the readers attention and is page turning.
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-Like the cycle plays morality plays dramatized elements of Christian life-Instead of staging events from scriptural history, morality drama stages a symbolic allegory of the Christian's spiritual journey through life-Increasingly popular throughout 14th and 15th century-Plays include Castle of Perseverance, Mankind, and Everyman.
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