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Consider Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus’ as a play of morality? Free essay! Download now

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Consider Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus’ as a play of morality?

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Consider Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus’ as a play of morality?

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While the miracle plays were still going strong, another medieval dramatic form emerged in the 14th century and flourished in the 15th-16th centuries, a form which has more direct links with Elizabethan drama. This is the morality play, which differs from the miracle play in that it does not deal with a biblical or pseudo-biblical story but with personified abstractions of virtues and vices that struggle for man’s soul. Marlow’s most celebrated play ‘Doctor Faustus’ fulfill all the essential qualities of a morality play. It is regarded as one of the prominent morality play in English literature.
In morality plays, there is a conflict and a tussle between the good and evil forces. Throughout the play, the main character moves towards eternal salvation or eternal damnation. ‘Dr Faustus’, a moral tragedy faces many of the same conflicting value systems as ‘Everyman’. However, with much more temptation from the seven deadly sins, Faustus finds it much more difficult to be moral. Faustus gets into a moral conflict with his mind, and the good and bad angels are symbols of this.
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