Middle English PeriodIt is a period of transition in language, culture and lifestyle in England. This period is home to the likes of Chaucer, Thomas Malory, and Robert Henryson. Notable works include "Piers Plowman" and "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight."
The industrial revolution (1750)
The American revolution (1776)
The French revolution (1789)
Period: 1500 to
The RenaissanceThis period is often subdivided into four parts, including the Elizabethan Age (1558–1603), the Jacobean Age (1603–1625), the Caroline Age (1625–1649), and the Commonwealth Period (1649–1660).
Classical period reborn
Classic myth and heroes
Finding place for humans in a changing world
Marlowe, Middleton and Jonson late 1500 Shakespeare's play 1590-1616
Metaphysical poetry- Donne Herbert
Don Quixote 1605
The Neoclassical PeriodThe Neoclassical period is also subdivided into ages, including The Restoration (1660–1700), The Augustan Age (1700–1745), and The Age of Sensibility (1745–1785). The Restoration period sees some response to the puritanical age, especially in the theater.
Science can help understand nature
Age of Enlightenment
Resration in Englang
order, Accuracy and structure
The Romantic PeriodThis era includes the works of such juggernauts as Wordsworth, Coleridge, William Blake, Lord Byron, John Keats, Charles Lamb, Mary Wollstonecraft, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Thomas De Quincey, Jane Austen, and Mary Shelley.
Mortality an mutability
Lyrical ballads Coleridge and wordswoth 1798
The sorrows of young werther 1774
The Victorian PeriodIt was a time of great social, religious, intellectual, and economic issues, heralded by the passage of the Reform Bill, which expanded voting rights. The period has often been divided into “Early” (1832–1848), “Mid” (1848–1870) and “Late” (1870–1901) periods or into two phases, that of the Pre-Raphaelites (1848–1860) and that of Aestheticism and Decadence (1880–1901)
New ways of reaching the same end
Rejection of past
The Edwardian PeriodThis period is named for King Edward VII and covers the period between Victoria’s death and the outbreak of World War I.
the era includes incredible classic novelists such as Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford.
notable poets such as Alfred Noyes and William Butler Yeats; and dramatists such as James Barrie, George Bernard Shaw, and John Galsworthy.
post- ModernismoMain Features
No single truth
The world does not offer anwers
Meta fiftional wriying
Boundaries are crossed
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