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The Renaissance and the Medieval had great impact development of Drama. The word renaissance is used to describe a period of great inter-period of ­cultural rebirth. It was a period that marked the rediscovery of past heritage, an age which epitomised in the rediscovery of Greek and Roman civilisation.

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Drama can be said to be a work of art which delineates human life and activity through the presentation of actions by means of dialogue between groups of characters. In Aristotle’s definition of drama, he emphasizes the concept of Mimesis which means imitation of human beings in action. He conceives of drama as a story acted out by people on stage before an audience.

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Medieval theatre is to have given birth to the renaissance theatre

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An essay that relates the medieval drama to the renaissance drama

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Renaissance drama was different from medieval, though they still retained a little portion of medieval like the teaching of morals. It was the medieval that gave birth to Renaissance period by pulling away its religious coat and becoming secularized.

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MEDIEVAL DRAMA AND RENAISSANCE DRAMA

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The renaissance era in the fifteenth century couldn't ever have come into existence if not for the supposed death of the medieval era. In the thirteenth century, drama and many other forms of literature (especially the ones that require performance, i.e. drama) were regarded as unnecessary and in fact archaic. this study grounds on this.

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English Renaissance drama grew out of the established medieval tradition of the mystery and morality plays. During and after the reformation, the drama began to change. Genres like tragedy, comedy and satire replaced the mystery and morality plays of the middle ages (medieval drama). They shift focus on religious to humanist values.

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