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ABSTRACT. Unlike Ars Moriendi, a medieval devotional work, Everyman, an anonymous 15-th century morality play, exhibits, an et moriemur attitude, but with a tiny difference, foreshadowing the birth of la mort de soi attitude. If this viewpoint is singular and novel (i.e. creative) we cannot go as far as to say. We will have to admit it is deeply culture-bound, in other words that it is a faithful reflection of Zeitgeist. pp. 39–44

Keywords: Everyman; Death; Good Deeds; et moriemur; creativity

Bogdan C.S. Pirvu
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Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine
Narcis Aprodu
Mihail Kogalniceanu High School Vaslui
Felicia Burdescu
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University of Craiova

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