This essay is on the many Foreshadowing elements in the play "Morality Play".
In the novel Morality Play by Barry Unsworth, there are very many beautifully vivid and descriptive passages. The most effective passages are those that foreshadow1 events to come. This passage is specifically foreshadowing the protagonist Nicholas Barber, a runaway priest, and the mayhem that befalls him in later instances of the novel. The passage is set just off of the roadside at some time in the cold of night, and adds to the eerie effect that appears later in the novel.
Nicholas unwillingly volunteers himself to join the group of players and help them with the ro…
- Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Chando and Wittus, 1964 (originally published in 1932), 213 pp.
- This essay is on the many Foreshadowing elements in the play "Morality Play".
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