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Luther Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Conduct additional research on Martin Luther. Do you find Osborne's portrayal of him to be historically accurate? Explain your answer.

Conduct research on the Protestant Reformation. Write a report analyzing its causes and its effects on Europe.

Read Erik Erikson's psychobiography Young Man Luther. Compare Erikson's Luther with Osborne's Luther and the Luther of historical imagination.

Read Bertolt Brecht's The Life of Galileo. Write an essay comparing the two plays. Pay close attention to theme, conflict, and structure.

Choose one of the scenes from the play and represent it in a piece of artwork.

Examine artwork depicting religious themes from the period before and after the Reformation. Are religious images presented differently in these works of art? What do these works of arts tell you about the time period in which they were created?

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