Unformatted text preview: material world. Meanwhile, in scene 2, some of the Virtues introduce themselves, including Humility, Mercy, Victory, Discretion, and Patience, and tell the audience what they each represent in God’s world. Then Anima returns in scene 3, realizing her sin of trying to skip living life, and she reaches out to each of the Virtues while the Devil continues to attempt to take Anima back. As more and more of the Virtues introduce themselves in scene 4, the Devil abuses each one of them, and thus the Virtues decide to accept Anima back and bind the Devil. The piece closes with a praising of God by both the Virtues and the Souls (including Anima), and a short ceremony intended to show how God can help a human soul in its struggle with forces such as the Devil....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course COR 103 taught by Professor Bohart during the Spring '08 term at Oglethorpe.
- Spring '08