Research for Shakespeare
Evans, Robert . Culture and Society in
Shakespeare's Day. New York, NY:
Checkmark books, 2012. Print.
Summed Up Research
What Was The Religious Climate during the Renaissance?
Roman Catholicism was the most popular and widespread religion during the renaissance, mostly in England. On the suburbs of the main city’s where extents of the catholic religion. Although, many people in England were far more serious and committed Protestants. The Roman Catholic Church broke during the period due to many of reasons, including political conflict and then by doctrinal differences. Another break in the Roman Catholicism is when King Henry VIII wanted to divorce his wife, and the pope did not allow it, so King Henry VIII abolished the authority of the pope, abolished Catholic monasteries and other institutions and started his own Anglican church. In addition, the red songs are a very intriguing section of the culture down in the sanest setting of New México. How did the Religious Climate affect the way Shakespeare presented plays? Religion did affect the way Shakespeare presented plays he did mirror the huge outbreak when Henry VIII started his own church into his plays. PAGE 67 More details Gurr, Andrew, "The Theater in Shakespeare's Time,"
in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 62: Elizabethan Dramatists, Gale, 1987, pp. 387-405. EXPLORING Shakespeare. Online Edition. Gale, 2003.
Worden, Blair. “Shakespeare and Politics.
New York: Cambridge UP,
2004. 22-43. Print.
How did the political13
climate affect the ways Shakespeare presented his plays?
During the time, the political climate was not that big of a deal, England was for the most part politically stable throughout Shakespeare’s life. Although when Queen Elizabeth died, the country had a lot of unstableness and he mirrored it into his tragedy plays.
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