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England prospered in the second half of Elizabeth

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England prospered in the second half of Elizabeth's reign, and many of the great works  of English literature were produced during these years: art, poetry, drama, and learning  in general flourished as the confidence and nationalism Elizabeth inspired spilled from  the economic sector to cultural achievements. Elizabeth's reign saw playwrights like  Christopher Marlowe, poets like Edmund Spenser, and men of science and letters like  Francis Bacon. The era also saw the beginning of William Shakespeare's work. Many of  the writers, thinkers and artists of the day enjoyed the patronage of members of  Elizabeth's court, and their works often involved or referred to the great Queen; indeed,  she was  the  symbol of the day. The "Elizabethan Age," generally considered one of  golden ages in English literature, was thus appropriately named: these cultural 
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