'US MUST MAKE LIES': Witness, Evidence, and Proof in the York Resurrection

Horner, Olga
July 1998
Medieval English Theatre;1998, Vol. 20, p24
Academic Journal
An essay is presented regarding the exploitation of the text in the 1992 play "The Resurrection of Christ, by Meg Twycross. It discusses the response of the modern audience to the play wherein despite the unfamiliarity and strangeness of the language, the audience responded appropriately to the affective elements of the play. It says that the play best interpreted and reconstruct the Biblical truth in a dramatised reduction.


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