Second Shepherd's Play
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The play is a fusion of the rough peasant humour of the period, and simple religious faith. The play can be done with hand puppets or marionettes (various cast: People or puppets).
Paperback, 40 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Branden Books (first published June 1963)
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Melissa Rudder
The Second Shepherds’ Play has the honor of being the first play I will under no circumstances (well, maybe a few *imagines debating about early episodic drama in a coffee shop while sipping hot cocoa, getting annoyed and deciding to, instead of pouring hot cocoa over the opponent’s head, recommend this play in order to torture the opponent*) recommend to anyone. Although my professor of British Literature (course one) drummed into our heads that the “middle ages” and “renaissance” are clearly p...more
Bryce Emley
the humor is so subtle that i pretty much missed most of it. actually it's not always even that subtle. sometimes it's pretty blunt, i just couldn't pay enough attention to notice it. if you can keep up with medieval literature in all its difficulties, it should be pretty darn witty.
Michelle Lynne Widmann
This was the most confusing thing I have ever read in my life.
Amandanoel
Semi charming but the actual shePherds part is rather tedious
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