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    what was the name of the Celtic people who inhabited Britain

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    Britons

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    The World According to Garp

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    John Irving

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    Age Cannot wither her, nor custom stale/Her infinite variety

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    From Antony and cleopatra by Willian Shakespear. About cleopatra

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    Katherine Patterson

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    wrote A Bridge to Terabithia

    • Praxis (0041/0049) Reading and Literature: Major Works and Authors
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    vela

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    awnings

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    audience

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    widownia

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    Utopia

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    Sir Thomas More

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    Dante Aighieri 1265-1321

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    Divine Comedy - Founded modern European Lit., perfected "terza rima"

    • Middle Ages and Renaissance Literary Figures and their Major Works
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    The Vicar of Wakefield

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    Oliver Goldsmith

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    Term:

    What led Europeans to question the universal authority of the Roman Catholic Church?

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    A growing sense of nationalism

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    Hecuba

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    Taken in by Polymestor

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    � English Renaissance • What was another name for the English Renaissance?

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    (16C) • Elizabethan Period

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    Ecclesiastical History of the English people

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    the venerable Bede

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    Beowulf

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    by unknown poet and translated by Seamus Heaney

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    Mona lisa inovate

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    Made a still thing move, looked life like with shadow

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    Wise sir, do not grieve. It is always better to avenge dear ones than to indulge in mourning. For every one of us, living in this world means waiting for our end. Let whoever can win glory before death. When a warrior is gone, that will be his best and only bulwark.

    Definition:

    Beowulf by Unknown. Beowulf is talking about how you must not mourn the death of a comrade but instead avenge the death

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