March 4, 2009

Everyman, late-15th-century English morality play. It is the counterpart of the Dutch play Elckerlijk; which of these anonymous plays is the original has been the subject of controversy. When Everyman is summoned by Death, he can persuade none of his friends—Beauty, Kindred, Worldly Goods—to go with him, except Good Deeds.

Dansk (Danish)
menigmand, enhver

Français (French)
tout homme

Deutsch (German)

Ελληνική (Greek)
ο μέσος/ο κοινός άνθρωπος

Italiano (Italian)

Português (Portuguese)
pessoa (f) comum

Русский (Russian)
обыкновенный человек

Español (Spanish)
hombre de la calle, ciudadano medio

Svenska (Swedish)
var man, mannen på gatan

עברית (Hebrew)
‮האדם הממוצע, האיש הטיפוסי‬

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