Ap Euro Presentation E Guyon.pdf - The Influence of the Renaissance on Elizabethan Literature By Ellie Guyon Writers William Shakespeare Christopher

Ap Euro Presentation E Guyon.pdf - The Influence of the...

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Writers7 William Shakespeare &hristopher 0arlowe Thomas 0ore
William Shakespeare7 ±Born April ²³´ µ¶·¸ and died April ²³´ µ·µ· ±Stratford Upon Avon ±The ³rd of · children born to a wealthy family ±Attended the King’s New School In Stratford ±Married Anne Hathaway in µ¶¹² and soon after had twinsº ±Arrived in London in the late µ¶¹»’s and worked for the King’s Men´ a popular acting company´ and began writing playsº ± Over ³» plays and sonnets ±Considered to be the greatest writer in the English language
&omedies Taming of the Shrew Twelfth Night Midsummer Nights Dream Taming of the Shrew Tragedies Romeo and Juliet Hamlet Othello Macbeth +istories Henry VIII Richard III King John
The first %ig Thinker7 Because more of his works have been published posthumously and there are more outlets to learn about his plays´ is Shakespeare more relevant and influential now than he was back in the Elizabethan Age"
&hristopher 0arlowe7 ±Born February ²·th´ µ¶·¸ and died May ³»´ µ¶¼³ ±Canterbury England ±Went to Corpus Christi College in Cambridge ±Theory that he was part of the secret service ±Died young ±Wrote five plays that cemented his legacy as an influential playwright
3lays7 The Jew of Malta Drº Faustus Edward the Second The Massacre at Paris Tamburlaine
Thomas 0ore7 ±Born February ½th´ µ¸½¹´ and died July ·th´ µ¶³¶ ±London ±Attended Oxford University ±Close friends with Erasmus ±Philosopher´ Humanist´ council of King Henry VIII ±Beheaded by Henry VIII for refusing to accept him as the head of the church ±Famous for´ Utopia
The Renaissance7 In French´ the word means “rebirth” The Renaissance spanned from the µ¸th to µ½th century´ starting first in Italy under the patronage of the Medici family Regarded as the cultural bridge between the Middle Ages and modern history It was a revival of the Roman and Greek classics Cultural explosion of learning´ technology´ exploration´ art´ literature´ and philosophyº
The (lizabethan $ge7 “The Golden Age” Took place µ¶¶¹±µ·»³ In England Under Queen Elizabeth I ±England became Protestant ±Turned England into a world power ±Exploration ±Strong government ±defeat of Spain ±Support of the arts
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