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The renaissance period in England. Art and literature, development of drama. Dynasties, kings and queens.

1476 a man called Caxton opened the first printing shop in London. Books became cheaper. Until that books were copied by clergyman. More books could be produced. Literacy spread, knowledge of reading. By te end of Renaissance half of the people could read. Monasteries wasn't so important anymore. Grammar schools came. Students are taught English, Latin, Ancient History, Greek, Religion and Arithmetic. One of the oldest schools was Stratford, Shakespeare taught there. Art and Literature The word Renaissance means the rebirth of ancient Rome and Greek art and literature. Ancient artists showed man as a creature full of joy of life and they glorified the beauty of man. The learned man tried to arouse (äratada) peoples interest in the origin of nature. A group of scientists called humanists came into being. Were gratelyinterested in science. Especially natural science, fond of experimenting (alkeemia). Leonardo da

British culture (briti kultuur)
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The Globe Theatre

Globe Theater The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. He wrote there many of his greatest plays. It was first built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613. It was rebuilt in June 1614 and closed in 1642. It stood on the bank of the River Thames in Southwark, London, England, UK. In 1987, though, after many years of careful research, work began to build a new theatre as much like the original as possible. The New Globe was built with the same materials and

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Great Britain

The chief debt owed to him by English literature is for his translations of and commentaries on Latin works. Art, culture and literature flourished during the Elizabethan age, during the reign of Elizabeth I; it was the period of English domination of the oceans and colonies, and, due to the strong political and economic position of the country, there were few obstacles in the way of the cultural development. This time is also famous for the fact that William Shakespeare lived and worked then. The empire, which was very powerful under Queen Victoria, saw another cultural and artistic hey-day as a result of industrialisation and the expansion of international trade during the so- called industrial age. However, German air raids caused much damage during the First World War and then during the Second World War. The madness of the wars briefly inhibited the development of British culture. 5

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English literatutre - Authors, history

appearance at this time. Throughout the Middle Ages ballads, short folk tales that tell stories, were very popular. THE RENAISSANCE: The Literary Background 16th century, - humanism. Thomas More- brought it to England and he was arrested because he refused to acknowledge Henry VIII as the Head of the Church. Elizabeth's reign was a period of unprecedented prosperity, and both the court and the emerging middle class dedicated a lot of time to art and literature. W. Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets, E. Spencer 88. . Spenser's belief that poetry should deal with subjects far removed from everyday life and should be written in refined language ­ unlike that which was used by common people ­ became the basic principle for poetry throughout much of the Elizabethan period. CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE 1564-1593, born in Canterbury, was working for the government. Also wrote plays ­ where he was successful. In the end got stabbed to death.

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English literature

At night Grendel's mother come for revenge at night, Beowulf defeats her as well with a magic sword. At the beginning of part II 50 years have passed. Beowulf is a wise king of Jutland when a fire dragon comes to exact revenge for the theft of its precious cup. B. summons his men to battle the dragon, but only one man shows up. Despite that Beowulf manages to defeat the dragon. However he is badly injured and dies. He is buried. THE END. William SHAKESPEARE (April 23, 1564 ­ April 23, 1616) He was baptized on the 29th of April. His father, John, was a merchant, bailiff and leading citizen; his mother, Mary Arden, was a rich farmer's daughter. He attended the local grammar school. He wed his older wife, Anne Hathaway at the age of 18 and they had 3 children - Susanna, and twins Judith/Hamnet. Susanna later became William's caretaker after the death of his wife and the twins.

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English literature from the Baroque to the Romanticism

Samuel Johnson was one of the most well-known literary figures of his time. He evidently focused more on sensibility, rather than reason, often discussing the nature of different passions. One of his most distinct achievements was creating the first systematized Dictionary of the English Language. Johnson was a prolific writer, releasing many essays during his lifetime. In these, he discussed mainly morality, ethics, and religion. In terms of constructive criticism, even Shakespeare was not safe from Johnson, as the latter criticized his work in detail. (Sanders, pp. 283-295, 298-299, 333-337) 25. Evolution of the novel in the 18th century (Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, Smollett, Sterne, Goldsmith) Daniel Defoe was an English writer known for his great topographical account A Tour through the Whole Island of Great Britain, which possesses heavy themes of pride, especially over the growth of the prosperity of the newly united kingdom

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The Renaissance

a Turkish rug used as a tablecloth, and a selection of mathematical instruments. These things speak of a widening world, in which Britain during the reign of Henry VIII was starting to play a bigger part. But something smears across the lower part of the painting, grisly and absurd: looked at from the correct angle, this distorted image reveals itself as a skull. Death haunts the age of discovery. Sir John Gilberts 1849 painting The plays of Shakespeare containgin scenes and characters from several of w.s plays-

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Renaissance

The popularity of sonnet led to the writing of sonnet sequences, usually telling the story of unrequited love. Lyric poetry also flourished as courtier and commoner alike found in song an outlet for the exuberant Renaissance spirit. 12. What was the leading genre in English literature at that time? How did it develop? Beyond question, the Elizabethan period was the golden age of English drama, including among its dramatists Christopher Marlowe, William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, along with more than a dozen other first-rate playwrights. Under the skillful handling of these dramatists, blank verse, introduced into the lg by Surrey, became the main vehicle for tragedy and comedy. Native English drama, which had existed at least since medieval times, was the wellspring of Elizabethan drama. Although Classical drama had been known earlier, its initial influence came in the 1560s, with the translation of Latin drama, especially the revenge

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