Impossible Desires and Fabulistic Dreams: Conversion in the Croxton Play

  • Miriamne Ara Krummel
Part of the The New Middle Ages book series (TNMA)


Supposing that story were new?!2 True: “The story of the Fall is an old one.” Knowing that the drama must change to continue to attract audiences, tales began to unfold in familiar locations with new settings and with proximate dates. Joining medieval myths with medieval libel, the fifteenth-century þe Play of þe Conversyon of Ser Jonathas þe Jewe by Myracle of þe Blyssed Sacrament (hereafter; þe Play of þe Conversyon) is such a newfangled play.3


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