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Relationship Between Medieval and Renaissance Drama

By Cynthia Mbagwu

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Renaissance drama is therefore seen to go back to the once buried classical dramas of the Greeks and Romans by the church during the medieval period. This is seen as they follow the quest sequence, which is noted in certain Greek mythology and which also dates back to the primordial age, as in the quest of knowledge by Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden

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Theatrical activities began with the Greeks in the fifth century B.C, majorly as a form of religious of religious rite performed to the Greek god of wine and fertility known as Dionysuis. This ritual exercise in the course of time evolved into a social affair and brought forth great playwrights with rich literary works. Their works entertained much criticism and also became the paradigm for Aristotle’s notion of tragedy.

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