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A prologue, read by the Messenger asks the audience to give their attention and announces the purpose of the play, which will show us our lives as well as our deaths (“our ending”) and how we humans are always (“all day”) transitory: changing from one state into another.

God speaks next, and immediately launches into a criticism of the way that “all creatures” are not serving Him properly. People are living without “dread” (fear) in the world without any thought of heaven or hell, or the judgment that will eventually come to them. “In worldly riches is all their mind”, God says. Everyone is living purely for their own pleasure, but yet they are not at all secure in their lives. God sees everything decaying, and getting worse “fro year to…

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Describe the notion of death and its allegorical representation in Everyman. What role does truth play as Everyman prepares for his death?*

Describe the notion of death and its allegorical representation in Everyman. What role does truth play as Everyman prepares for his death?* Please explain at least 10 sentence..

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