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Thesis Statement The use of allegorical characters in the Christian Morality play Everyman answers to the question of whom to seek salvation with and the answer to that is God Support One Once Everyman is marked for death he comes to the realization that he doesnt want to die alone First he goes to his most trusted friend Fellowship to ask if he will join him Only to hear the response Whether ye have loved me or no by Saint John I will not thee gop 43 bottom The friendship Everyman has with Fellowship is not the strongest type of relationship and wont find salvation within it Support Two Next Everyman moves on to the character he surely believes with accompany him on his journey to death Cousin Being family and of blood this friendship goes deeper than the one with Fellowship and Everyman is more likely to gain a companion from within it Only to hear Cousin respond Cousin Everyman farewell now for verily I will not go with youp46 top The reason Cousin gives Everyman why he cant go is because he has a cramp in his toe This shows that he will not find salvation here even with family Support Three Upon reaching Good-Deeds Everyman finds a companion for his trip At first Good-Deeds is too weak to stand and sends Everyman to his sister confession where she gives Everyman the Jewel of Penance After feeling this Penance Good-Deeds regains strength enough to get to his feet and join Everyman I thank God now I can walk and go And am delivered of my sickness and woe Therefore with Everyman I will go and not sparep 52 middle-top I believe Good-Deeds is Everymans savior Good-Deeds represents god which in this Morality play portrays as the strongest type of friendship Going back to the Christian belief that Christ died for all of mans Everyman sins and restores us to everlasting life
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