A Morality Play
Everyman is a morality play from the late 15th Century, which details the life and death of Everyman, an allegorical character, who embodies all of humanity. The play examines the question of Christian salvation and what mankind must do to obtain it. God sends a messenger, Death, to Everyman to warn him that he will be judged by God when he dies. Terrified, Everyman turns to his friends, to see if they will accompany him on his journey back to God, but they refuse to go, and they desert him. Everyman hopes that his Goods will comfort him, but his possessions also abandon him. Everyman then turns to his Good Deeds, but they have been weakened by his sins. Everyman continues on his journey with the help of his other attributes, but when Everyman dies, he learns that only his Good Deeds will come with him. Everyman will be judged by his actions alone. Will Everyman be redeemed or will his soul languish in hell for all eternity.
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