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This retelling of Everyman , the late 15th-century morality play, is a simplified version of the classic tale for children. Originally composed during the Middle Ages, this fable illustrates how people become too absorbed in their material possessions, ignoring the suffering of their fellow man. It's a tale about the importance of sharing our wealth and gifts with others--for in the end, the only things we get to hold onto are the good deeds we've done.
Publisher: 2016/09/01
Minedition (Michael Neugebauer)
Edition: HC
ISBN: 9789888240487


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