everyman - Trevor Nestor Period 4 Everyman Activities...

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Trevor Nestor Period 4 Everyman Activities Activity One: 1.) Simply, God sends death to summon Everyman because he has become so sinful. 2.) Everyman is naturally very unhappy and scared to die. After much talk, Everyman requests that he bring someone along his journey to accompany him to death. 3.) The author of the play creates analogous episodes for Everyman’s encounter with Fellowship and his encounter with Kindred. In both circumstances, the characters say they will always be with Everyman, but decline to join him once they find that he is going to death. This repetition emphasizes that your friends will not accompany you past your death. 4.) Goods declines to join Everyman along with Kindred and Fellowship. Goods would adversely influence God’s judgment because his role is to tempt people to sin.
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5.) Good Deeds does not at first accompany Everyman because she is too weak due to neglect. 6.) Knowledge takes Everyman to go see Confession and, as a result, Good Deeds is healed and can accompany Everyman. 7.) One must have knowledge of his own sins before he can know to repent and change to be saved. In the play this idea is emphasized in the scenes where Knowledge takes Everyman to Confession where Good Deeds becomes able to accompany Everyman. 8.)
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