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Lla Whitney and Thomas Dekker on London life Nashe on struggling writers Stubbes with a Puritan view of Elizabethan enjoyments Harsnet and Burton on witches and spirits John Donne meditations on prayer and death King James I on tobacco and Shakespeare himse. Wow the worst job in Elizabethan times had to be laundering and starching those ubiuitous men's collar ruffles Not that the book mentions them but I thought I would This was an interesting and uick read lavishly supplied with paintings and illustrations of the times Very basic not seeking to be intellectually stimulating or break new ground just give an overview

SUMMARY Shakespeare's England: Life in Elizabethan and Jacobean Times

Shakespeare's England Life in Elizabethan and Jacobean TimesA collection of some of the best wittiest and most unusual excerpts from 16th and 17th century writing Shakespeare's England brings to life the variety the energy and the harsh reality of England at this time Providing a portrait of the age it includes extr. The title is a bit deceptive in that it is actually an account of what life might have been like during the 1600 and 1700 time period in England While this is the era when Shakespeare was prominent the book is not focused on Shakespeare and his EnglandWith that in mind this is a fine resource for better understanding what England was all about during the Renaissance years Commentary would have added a bit dimension

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DOWNLOAD ë Shakespeare's England: Life in Elizabethan and Jacobean Times õ A collection of some of the best wittiest and most unusual excerpts from 16th and 17th century writing Shakespeare's England brings to life the variety the energy and the harsh reality of England at this time Providing a portrait of thActs from a wide variety of writers taken from books plays poems letters diaries and pamphlets by and about Shakespeare's contemporaries These include William Harrison and Fynes Moryson providing descriptions of England Nicholas Breton on country life Isabe. This book disappointed me I bought it in England at Shakespeare's home in Stratford Didn't have a lot of time to look through it before buying it but picked it up thinking it looked great I was really hoping to have some good material to use with my senior English classes Well it's interesting to some extent but it is almost all primary source materials with not much commentary A great deal of literature from the time period that is frankly pretty boring I did not learn very much new about life in Shakespeare's time