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A Relationship Between Medieval and Renaissance Dramadoc

By Gloria Chidera Anozie

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William Shakespeare is one of the most popular examples of Renaissance writers. His writing was influenced by Greek tragedy, historical and social issues. Edmund Spenser, William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Sir Philip Sidney, Christopher Marlowe, John Donne and George Herbert are some notable figures in Renaissance literature.
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Published: July 24, 2017

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Abstract

Medieval era and renaissance era are two distinct periods in history. There are distinct differences in the language, style and scope of literature during these two periods. The literature in the medieval era was characterized by Christianity and chivalry whereas the literature in the Renaissance was greatly influenced by the progress of art and sciences and the emergence of humanism. This is the main difference between Medieval and Renaissance literature.

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