The Digby Mary Magdalene Play: Bibliography

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The Digby Mary Magdalene Play: Bibliography

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———. “‘Paupertas est donum Dei’: Hagiography, Lay Religion, and the Economics of Salvation in the Digby Mary Magdalene.” Speculum 76.2 (2001), 337–78.

———. “‘Curtesy doth it yow lere’: The Sociology of Transgression in the Digby Mary Magdalene.” ELH 71.1 (2004), 1–28.

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———. “Social Contexts of the East Anglian Saint Play: The Digby Mary Magdalene and the Late Medieval Hospital?” In Medieval East Anglia. Ed. Christopher Harper-Bill. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2005. Pp. 287–301.

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