Michaelmas Term (play)

Michaelmas Term (play)

Michaelmas Term is a Jacobean comedy by Thomas Middleton. It was first performed in 1604 by the Children of Paul's, and was entered into the Stationers' Register on 15 May 1607, and published in quarto later that year by Arthur Johnson. A second quarto was printed in 1630 by the bookseller Richard Meighen.

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Michaelmas Term (play) - Synopsis
... Induction A personification of MichaelmasTerm changes out of his white ‘country’ cloak and into his black ‘city cloak’ (the devil’s favorite color) ... Figures representing the other three terms(Trinity, Hilary and Easter) enter, leading a ‘poor’ man who is made ‘rich’ as they present him with rich apparel, a page and a ... The three termsgreet Michaelmasand tell him that several more fools on are on their way ...

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