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The Elizabethan Period - A History of English Literature
Several general characteristics of Elizabethan literature and writers should be ... Lyly, who is also of some importance in the history of the Elizabethan drama.
The Tempest - Classic Literature - About.com
This famous drama is highly poetic and far more spiritual than many of Shakespeare's earlier works. The Tempest is rooted firmly in the human characters that ...
British Literary Periods - Classic Literature - About.com
The Elizabethan Age was the golden age of English drama. Some of its noteworthy figures include Christopher Marlowe, Francis Bacon, Edmund Spenser, ...
The Theater Experience in Shakespeare's Lifetime
Exploring the context of Shakespeare's theater and the theater experience in ... The Elizabethan acting profession worked on an apprentice system, making it ...
Elizabethan Theatre at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre gives us a fascinating glimpse into the world of Elizabethan theater. The trust stage and high seating areas brought the performer ...
William Shakespeare's Plays Information - About.com
Some of Shakespeare's most famous plays are tragedies and the genre was extremely popular with Elizabethan theater goers. It was conventional for these ...
The Influence of the Renaissance in Shakespeare's Time
... huge cultural shifts that were occurring in Elizabethan England during his lifetime. He was working in the theater at the height of the renaissance movement , ...
Jacobean Theatre - Plays/Drama - About.com
In the history of English drama and literature, the "Jacobean" era of theater featured playwrights such as ... The previous era was known as Elizabethan Theatre.
3 - A History of English Prose Fiction - Bayard Tuckerman
The names of Marlowe, of Shakespeare, of Johnson, are sufficient to remind us of the grandeur to which the Elizabethan drama attained, under the influence of ...
Ashland Oregon Shakespeare Festival Review - California Travel
Performances are held in the 1,200-seat Elizabethan Open-Air Theater, the 600- seat Angus Bowmer Theater (named for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival ...
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