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DEDE FADLILLAH 
FUZIANTI HOERUNNISA 
IQBAL AWALUDIN RAKHMAN 
RENI EKA SARI 
PEBRIYANTI 
SETIAWAN
1485-1509 : Reign of Henry VII 
1509-1547 : Reign of Henry VIII 
1534 : Act of Supremacy 
1536-1539 : Monasteries closed 
...
1553-1558 : Reign of Mary I 
1558-1603 : Reign of Elizabeth I 
1577-1580 : Sir Fancis Drake 
1584 : The Book of Common 
Pr...
Thomas More “Utopia” (1478-1535) 
Italian influence 
From Petrarchan sonnet to 
Elizabethan sonnet
Born in Stratford in 1564 (April 23rd) 
Become an actor, well-known as a 
dramatist 
In 1595 he joined The Lord 
Chamberla...
Period I: Plays of Experimentation 
Period II: Artistic Maturity 
Period III: The Great Tragedy 
Period IV: Last Plays 
15...
Sir Phillip Sydney: “ Astrophel and 
Stella” 
Edmund Spenser: the Amoretti 
Thomas Sackville: the Mirror of Magistrates 
G...
Thomas Kyd: The Spanish Tragedy 
Ben Jonson: Volpone 
John Lyly: Alexander and Campaspe 
Christopher Marlowe “ The Last 
M...
Thomas North’s translation of 
Plutarch’s Lives 
Chapman’s translation of Homer 
Paterick’s Machiavelli 
The Authorized Ve...
My love is as a fever longing still, 
For that which longer nurseth the disease; 
Feeding on that which doth preserve the ...
MY loue is as a feauer longing ſtill, 
For that which longer nurſeth the diſeaſe, 
Feeding on that which doth preſerue the...
The Elizabethan Period or The Renaissance
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The Elizabethan Period or The Renaissance

THE ELIZABETHAN PERIOD OR THE RENAISSANCE

MAIN EVENTS
1485-1509 : Reign of Henry VII
1509-1547 : Reign of Henry VIII
1534 : Act of Supremacy
1536-1539 : Monasteries closed
1539 : First Bible in English
1547-1553 : Reign of Edward VI
1553-1558 : Reign of Mary I
1558-1603 : Reign of Elizabeth I
1577-1580 : Sir Fancis Drake
1584 : The Book of Common Prayer
1588 : The Spanish Armada destroyed
1601 : The Poor Law

THE LITERARY BACKGROUND
Thomas More “Utopia” (1478-1535)
Italian influence
From Petrarchan sonnet to Elizabethan sonnet

SHAKESPEARE
Born in Stratford in 1564 (April 23rd)
Become an actor, well-known as a dramatist
In 1595 he joined The Lord Chamberlain’s Men
Wrote 37 plays in a period of twenty years

Period I: Plays of Experimentation
Period II: Artistic Maturity
Period III: The Great Tragedy
Period IV: Last Plays
154 sonnets
Died on April, 23rd 1616

POETRY
Sir Phillip Sydney: “ Astrophel and Stella”
Edmund Spenser: the Amoretti
Thomas Sackville: the Mirror of Magistrates
George Chapman: Iliad
Michael Drayton: Polyolbon
Ben Johnson: Hymn to Diana

DRAMA
Thomas Kyd: The Spanish Tragedy
Ben Jonson: Volpone
John Lyly: Alexander and Campaspe
Christopher Marlowe “ The Last Moment of Dr. Faustus

PROSE
Thomas North’s translation of Plutarch’s Lives
Chapman’s translation of Homer
Paterick’s Machiavelli
The Authorized Version of the Bible
Fancis Bacon’s Essays

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The Elizabethan Period or The Renaissance

  1. 1. BY : DEDE FADLILLAH FUZIANTI HOERUNNISA IQBAL AWALUDIN RAKHMAN RENI EKA SARI PEBRIYANTI SETIAWAN
  2. 2. 1485-1509 : Reign of Henry VII 1509-1547 : Reign of Henry VIII 1534 : Act of Supremacy 1536-1539 : Monasteries closed 1539 : First Bible in English 1547-1553 : Reign of Edward VI
  3. 3. 1553-1558 : Reign of Mary I 1558-1603 : Reign of Elizabeth I 1577-1580 : Sir Fancis Drake 1584 : The Book of Common Prayer 1588 : The Spanish Armada destroyed 1601 : The Poor Law
  4. 4. Thomas More “Utopia” (1478-1535) Italian influence From Petrarchan sonnet to Elizabethan sonnet
  5. 5. Born in Stratford in 1564 (April 23rd) Become an actor, well-known as a dramatist In 1595 he joined The Lord Chamberlain’s Men Wrote 37 plays in a period of twenty years
  6. 6. Period I: Plays of Experimentation Period II: Artistic Maturity Period III: The Great Tragedy Period IV: Last Plays 154 sonnets Died on April, 23rd 1616
  7. 7. Sir Phillip Sydney: “ Astrophel and Stella” Edmund Spenser: the Amoretti Thomas Sackville: the Mirror of Magistrates George Chapman: Iliad Michael Drayton: Polyolbon Ben Johnson: Hymn to Diana
  8. 8. Thomas Kyd: The Spanish Tragedy Ben Jonson: Volpone John Lyly: Alexander and Campaspe Christopher Marlowe “ The Last Moment of Dr. Faustus
  9. 9. Thomas North’s translation of Plutarch’s Lives Chapman’s translation of Homer Paterick’s Machiavelli The Authorized Version of the Bible Fancis Bacon’s Essays
  10. 10. My love is as a fever longing still, For that which longer nurseth the disease; Feeding on that which doth preserve the ill, The uncertain sickly appetite to please. My reason, the physician to my love, Angry that his prescriptions are not kept, Hath left me, and I desperate now approve Desire is death, which physic did except. Past cure I am, now Reason is past care, And frantic-mad with evermore unrest; My thoughts and my discourse as madmen's are, At random from the truth vainly expressed; For I have sworn thee fair, and thought thee bright, Who art as black as hell, as dark as night.
  11. 11. MY loue is as a feauer longing ſtill, For that which longer nurſeth the diſeaſe, Feeding on that which doth preſerue the ill, Th'vncertaine ſicklie appetite to pleaſe: My reaſon the Phiſition to my loue, Angry that his preſcriptions are not kept Hath left me,and I deſperate now approoue, Deſire is death,which Phiſick did except . Paſt cure I am,now Reaſon is paſt care, And frantick madde with euer-more vnreſt, My thoughts and my diſcourſe as mad mens are, At randon from the truth vainely expreſt. For I haue ſworne thee faire,and thought thee bright, Who art as black as hell,as darke as night.

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