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Raymond Chime

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The attempt made in this paper is to show the relationship between medieval and renaissance plays through the elicitation of impersonation, mimesis, archetype, thought and interludes which they share in common as literary work.

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The relationship between the two dramas is that Renaissance drama grew out of the established medieval tradition of the mystery and morality plays. Medieval and Renaissance drama were influenced by two completely different eras in human history. During the middle ages, (A.D1066-1500) the toils of daily life affected the mindset of those at this time, as a result, these ideas found its way into the making of medieval drama. They are both forms of writing, their history as a part of society greatly differed from contrasting philosophies of life, leading to two different personalities.

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As it expanded and gained prominence, the drama required spaces of its own. The appearance of the theatres and the existence of professional acting companies (composed, until the latter half of the 17th century, only men & boys), showed that plays, players and play wrights had become an established part of the contemporary scene. Medieval drama and renaissance drama are too distinct periods in history. It belongs to the middle ages and centered on concepts such as religion, Chivalry, and Courtly love and Renaissance drama involved religion, historical and social issues. It explored religion in a different approach. It was written in early modern English.

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Medieval drama and renaissance drama are too distinct periods in history. It belongs to the middle ages and centered on concepts such as religion, Chivalry, and Courtly love and Renaissance drama involved religion, historical and social issues. It explored religion in a different approach. It was written in early modern English.

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