So in turn he seeks to do right and good. Everyman is a morality. In fact, Everyman is considered the greatest morality play yet. Everyman is ready to enjoy life on earth but the idea of death is resisted with much firmness.
Everything else he leaves behind. However everyman is adamant and thus when death catches up with everyman.
The following essay is a literary analysis of a morality play written by an unknown author in the 15th century, known as, Everyman. Introduction Everyman an English morality plays of the late 15th century, the finest representative of the genre, and the one best known outside the circle of historical scholars.
Later everyman joins others in heaven and he hears angel's singing. The various characters in the morality play display conflicting interests of good and evil.
This play, written in the 15th century, is used as a spiritual message to man from God. Intro II. Everyman realizes that death is unforgiving and won't give him a second chance but allows everyman an accomplice in death.
Therefore the reader should fill himself in the same circumstances as medieval everyman.