Noah and the Waters

Noah and the Waters

Noah and the Waters

Noah and the Waters

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This work was begun as the "book" for a choral ballet. The author, however, soon discovered he was producing something in the tradition of the mediæval morality plays. Noah and the Waters is probably not, on the other hand, suitable as it stands for the modern stage: like that of' the morality plays, its drama derives largely from the weight and imminence of the issue it represents and little from any conscious dramatic construction. This issue is the choice that must be made by Noah between clinging to his old life and trusting himself to the Flood.

C. D. L.

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