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    Despite the struggle that William Shakespeare endured throughout his life he still managed to become an influential historian, and become successful regardless of his financial, family and career problems. He had a very different childhood than most think he had, and growing up in the Elizabethan era wasn’t the easiest for him either. He took the word success to a whole new level in his time and left a huge impact on the world of theatre as a whole. Shakespeare has been known for his strong writing skills and famous plays, poems and sonnets but behind those famous pieces is a short lived life of endeavors. Throughout his short and difficult life, Shakespeare wrote several collections of plays and poetry that focused on topics that involving the Elizabethan Age which influenced his writings, significantly changed how dramatic performances were received and has had a significant impact on today’s culture. Throughout many…

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    Shaelyn Hostager Ms. Angela Noel Honors English Period 5 09/08/16 Influences that the Elizabethan Era had on Weapons and Honor The Elizabethan Era had a big impact on Weapons and honor such as making new weapons for war, learning the important art of fencing and other things that still affect our world today. During the Elizabethan Era, there were numerous conflicts between England, France, and especially Spain. These issues led to many small battles involving the military. Those in the…

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    Seminar Script Shaher: Our group is called the time travellers and our presentation is about Elizabethan Marriages and Family social structures Krish: Within the slideshow we’ll be discussing where, when, and who was involved The status of people Different Social Classes And marriage and family life Shaher: The Elizabethan Era took place in old England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth the first which was took place from 1558 to 1603. Jagan: So, what was the elizabethan era? Basically, it…

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    Medicine During the Elizabethan Era The Elizabethan Era is a big epoch in English history. This era was ruled by Queen Elizabeth, 1558 through 1603, historians refer to this place in time as the Golden Era. They refer to it as the Golden Era because of how many great accomplishments, and changes that were made. Medicine however, did not change much from medieval time to the Elizabethan Era. During the Elizabethan Era, people still believed many incoherent theories related to anatomy. These…

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    Alchin, Linda K. "Elizabethan Family Life." Elizabethan Family Life. Siteseen Ltd., 02 Jan. 2015. Web. 01 June 2016. This website tells about family life during the Elizabethan era and how a family lived during this period. The site talks about the roles of each family member, their religion, about the house, and more. This is a reliable source and is based on how a family lived during the Elizabethan era. It is made “solely for education purposes” and is specifically for research, private…

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    During the Elizabethan era, a person’s clothes and fashion depended on his social status. These rules were specified in the Sumptuary Laws. These laws were explained to the citizens about the serious and harsh rules about what they could and could not wear from the color to the material of the clothing. These laws were made to limit the money of might been spent on clothing, accessories, and jewelry. In addition, these laws also showed the separated classes depended on the clothing that the…

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    In the contemporary world that the society is living in today, deception and false appearance are required skills for entrepreneurs. These are the key aspects of accomplishing the ulterior motives and goals that has been set. That is to say, no matter how unethical the situation is, the industry business will attempt to make us perceive their own beliefs. In the play, Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Shylock whom is a Venetian merchant made a deal with a Christian merchant named…

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    Elizabethan England: Fashion, Crime, and Theatre “’O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?’” This quote from the Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet is well known to essentially everyone. But this common phrase may never have been repeated if Shakespeare was not taught in schools ubiquitously. While studying Shakespeare, it is vital to contemplate the life he lived in the Elizabethan era. Three notable components of daily life in Elizabethan England include fashion, crime and punishment,…

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    society have been the basis of natural culture and polite society throughout history. Misogynistic values and ideas have been directly mirrored from the time Shakespeare wrote King Lear, which was demonstrated in Elizabethan philosophy and the male dominance of society. As King Lear challenges gender roles it also alludes to an underlying root of sexism in society, wherein Shakespeare portrays a woman 's rise to power as an avenue to her inevitable downfall. Female characters in the play…

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    England was under Queen Elizabeth’s I’s reign under the 1590s. She had been on the thrown since 1558 and kept the crown until her death in 1603. The era she ruled is known as the Elizabethan era, and it was a period of relative peace, commercial and imperial expansions and growing national confidence. But it was also a period that was overshadowed by the on-going religious resistance that were often extreme, sometimes violent. It was a tough life in London during the 1500s. We may not know if…

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