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David Lindsay's The 3 estaites : the Millenium version

Author: David Lindsay; Alan Spence
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2002.
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The 3 Estaites is - by common consent - Scotland's greatest play. First performed in Cupar, Fife in June 1552, it is the earliest Scottish play to have survived.

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Genre/Form: Drama
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lindsay, David, Sir, active 1490-1555.
David Lindsay's The 3 estaites.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)606930169
Online version:
Lindsay, David, Sir, active 1490-1555.
David Lindsay's The 3 estaites.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)607888125
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Lindsay; Alan Spence
ISBN: 0748617469 9780748617463
OCLC Number: 51938602
Notes: Originally published by Learning and Teaching Scotland in 2002.
Description: xix, 113 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction / Angus Calder --
The Proclamation --
The King and his Courtiers --
The entrance of Sensuality --
The King anticipates Sensuality --
The Courtiers' embassy to Sensuality --
The Courtiers' return to the King --
Sensuality comes to the King --
The entrance of Guid Counsel --
The entrance of the Vices --
The Vices ingratiate themselves with the King --
The Vices repel Guid Counsel --
The Second Song --
The entrance of Verity --
The entrance of Chastity --
Chastity approaches the King --
The entrance of Correction's Varlet --
The Vices flee --
The entrance of Divine Correction --
Divine Correction comes to the King --
The End of Part One --
The entrance of the Poor Man --
The Pardoner and the Soutars --
The Pardoner and the Poor Man --
The Thrie Estaites gang backward --
The entrance of Jane the Common-weil --
The Debate --
The expulsion of Spirituality --
The garbing of Jane --
The hanging of the Vices --
Folly's sermon --
Cast breakdown.
Other Titles: Pleasant satyre of the thrie estaitis.
3 estaites
Three estaites
Responsibility: by Alan Spence.
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