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|Title:||Deadly Sins in the Castle of Perseverance and Mankind|
|Keywords:||English;English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>The presentation of the sins of sloth and covetise is examined in Mankind and The Castle of Perseverance with some discussion of earlier concepts of the sins and the classifications and analyses of the confession books. The study attempts to show how the structure of the plays is based on the three parts of penitence and how the didactic method changes from illustration in the Castle to the demonstration of an audience trap in Mankind.</p>|
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