1. According to the introduction, what were the pageants in the book chosen for?
2. Most of what from the original play was preserved for the text?
3. Occasionally, why have the archaic forms not been modernized for the convenience of the reader?
For the sake of rhyme.
4. In the plays, what directions are bracketed?
5. Who gave the editor permission to use the editions of the original text?
The Early English Text Society.
6. What text did the editor use for his translation of "Everyman"?
"Everyman and Other Interludes."
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