chapter 19 - the new The most eerie of all of it was the...

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Name: ____Patrick Bakley _____________________ Chapter: ______Chapter 19 _______________________ General Humanities Reading Activity: Reading exercise directions: Each week you will submit a 3-5 paragraph typed paper on that weeks reading. Please pick something of interest out of the chapter and tell me about it. Did you like or dislike it? Why do you think it is important to your learning of humanities? I DO NOT want a summary of the chapter reading. If you turn in a summary I will count it as a zero. This was a time that the catholic church began to have branches break from then such as the Lutheran church which was established by Martin Luther. The art era was changing. Even newer technologies in their sense were being introduced. It was mainly a time of change from the old and into
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Unformatted text preview: the new. The most eerie of all of it was the fact that more weapons were being introduced and indoor restrooms were taking a huge crowd. The technologies were just overwhelming. However, good things were taking place. This was the time of William Shakespeare the most amazing playwright. William Shakespeare was in my opinion the world’s greatest writer. In fact his play “Romeo and Juliet” is by far the best one ever made by men. He did so much to contribute toward English literature. This chapter was extremely interesting. I enjoyed the parts about William Shakespeare. I especially liked how it explained some of things going on that would cause such a division in the catholic church....
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