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descartes
i think therefore i am
oliver cromwell
leader of puritans
charles I
king of england, intolerant of puritans
roundheads
puritans, simple, bowl cut
cavaliers
cavalry, horses
charles II
comes from exile to take over
puritans
poems were religious and serious
capre diem
sieze the day, live it up, cavalier
john locke
a ruler derived his power from the consent of the governed
enlightenment
or age of reason, solve problems by reason/education
isaac newton
gravity
queen victoria
ruler for 63 years, age 18, husband died
prince albert
victoria's husband, died in 1861
victorian period
proper, strict, uptight, modesty, careful about what was said
romantic period
reaction, dont analyze - appreciate, through the heart not through thought, freedom and democracy
20th century
end of imperialism, bith of psychology (freud)
lost generation
authors --> dissillusionment
rousseau
enlightenment, famous composer --> divide between society and human nature
imperialism
england --> very powerful, colonized tons of countries (inida, cyprus, palestine), "sun never sets on the british empire"
most famous poet of scotland
robert burns
most famous poet of ireland
yeats
most famous poet of wales
thomas