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English - Renaissance

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Renaissance Issues of the Time Political Situation Social Religious Cultural By Tess, Kaia, Allison, Melayna & Katie Sr Thomas More Thomas Campion Sr. Walter Raleigh William Shakespeare Christopher Marlowe Literary Devices of The Time Born January 22, 1552 in East Budleigh
Died in London on October 29, 1618 (hung)
Attended Oxford University
Created a colony in America, Roanoke Island, now North Carolina.
Brought back tobacco to the court
On Queen Elizabeth's court, was a favorite.
Adventured to find El Dorado He was a favorite of the Queen, and when she found he had a secret wife in the court, she became very mad. She threw them in jail tower and when they became free he ran away searched for the El Dorado. When he returned he was hung by the Queen. Born February 12, 1567 to John and Lucy
Died March 1, 1620 (most likely of the plague)
Physician, Composer, & Poet
Parents died when he was young
Sent with step-brother to Cambridge
Went to law school
Began to practice medicine
Was a published composer and poet Born April 26, 1564
Died April 23, 1616
English poet and playwright
He wrote over 38 plays and 154 sonnets
His plays have been translated into every major language
1594 onward he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men Parents died when he was young
Traveled to America to study medicine
Practiced medicine in England
Performed Masques for the court of James I
Questioned about the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury but was released Born:Feb 26, 1564
Died: May 30, 1593
Only lived to 29 years old
Studied at Corpus Christi College
Recieved Bachlor's and Master's degrees Rulers of the time
(1485-1625) King Henry 7th
Henry 8th and his 6 wives
Edward 6th
Lady Jane Grey (9 days)
Queen Mary 1st Aka Bloody Mary
Queen Elizabeth 1st
King James 1st Other information Born in London on February 7, 1478.
Studied at Oxford
One of his first works was Pico della Mirandola
Studied Law in London like his father
Decided to become a monk
Entered into the Parliament in 1504
Got married and had 4 children
In 1518, he became a member of the Privy Council and was knighted
Established the Parliamentary free speech
Resigned from the courts in 1532 because of health reasons
Was beheaded in 1535 for treason Biographical Information Tudor Dynasty established at the end of the War of the Roses. Which was fought between the houses of Lancaster and York for the throne.Lancaster won then married a York to unite the houses.
The English Renaissance started after the Italian Renaissance. The times were meet with growth and expansion in the arts, literature, and science. Major Life Events Events and Circumstances
Becoming a Monk
Working in the courts
Working with both King Henry VII and King Henry VIII Other interesting facts

Might have been a spy for
the Queen.
Literary Career was only 6
years long.
Shakespear was inspired
by him. Attended a grammar school until he was 14.
At 18, he married Anne Hathaway, with whom he had three children
Financed/supported the building of the Globe Theater 26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616
Lived in Stratford-upon-Avon
Not revered in his lifetime
His current reputation did not rise until the 19th century
Some considered his sonnets to be autobiographical and pointed to him loving a young man
154 sonnets
38 plays Condemned by many writers for mixing the comic with the tragic
Hamnet (his son) died of unknown causes at the age of 11
His death is said to have influenced Shakespeare's play, Hamlet along with other works. Humanism became popular
Many pieces of artwork were dedicated to the church
Efforts to limit the Popes power were taken Lorenzo de' Medici started to promote the arts.
He was considered to be a large influence in the start of the Renaissance (Lawrence, Italy) Education and the arts became highly regarded
People found more time for leisure time and study Exploration of rhyming and poetry
The theater in Renaissance England steadily evolved from a village festival attraction to a cultural institution. Money from the new middle classes went towards commissioning artists and architects to create masterpieces
Reborn interest in the arts mostly literature
The church became less important
Nationalism
Democracy Conceits
Extended metaphors
Blank verse Biographical Information

Born:Feb 26, 1564
Died:May 30, 1593
Was only 29 when he died.
Studied at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Got his Bachelor's and Master's degrees. Other Interesting Information

May have been a spy for the Queen
His literary career was only 6 years
long
His works greatly influenced Shakespeare
He was stabbed to death A Farewell to False Love by Sir Walter Raleigh

Farewell, false love, the oracle of lies,
A mortal foe and enemy to rest,
An envious boy, from whom all cares arise,
A bastard vile, a beast with rage possessed,
A way of error, a temple full of treason,
In all effects contrary unto reason.

A poisoned serpent covered all with flowers,
Mother of sighs, and murderer of repose,
A sea of sorrows whence are drawn such showers
As moisture lend to every grief that grows;
A school of guile, a net of deep deceit,
A gilded hook that holds a poisoned bait. A fortress foiled, which reason did defend,
A siren song, a fever of the mind,
A maze wherein affection finds no end,
A raging cloud that runs before the wind,
A substance like the shadow of the sun,
A goal of grief for which the wisest run.

A quenchless fire, a nurse of trembling fear,
A path that leads to peril and mishap,
A true retreat of sorrow and despair,
An idle boy that sleeps in pleasure's lap,
A deep mistrust of that which certain seems,
A hope of that which reason doubtful deems.

Sith then thy trains my younger years betrayed,
And for my faith ingratitude I find;
And sith repentance hath my wrongs bewrayed,
Whose course was ever contrary to kind:
False love, desire, and beauty frail, adieu.
Dead is the root whence all these fancies grew. ROSE-CHEEK'D LAURA - Campion

Rose-cheek'd Laura, come,
Sing thou smoothly with thy beauty's
Silent music, either other
Sweetly gracing.

Lovely forms do flow
From concent divinely framed;
Heav'n is music, and thy beauty's
Birth is heavenly.

These dull notes we sing
Discords need for helps to grace them;
Only beauty purely loving
Knows no discord,

But still moves delight,
Like clear springs renew'd by flowing,
Ever perfect, ever in them-
Selves eternal.
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