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English Literature in Illustrations
Middle Ages Canterbury pilgrim badge
Martyrdom of Thomas Becket. Middle Ages
Woodcut of the Knight from The Canterbury Tales. c. 1490. Middle Ages
16th Century "Temptation of St. Anthony" from Jacques Callot's Miroir De Son Temps.
Edward VI and the Pope: An Allegory of the Reformation (circa 1568–71) 16th Century
Mary, Queen of Scots, the object of England's "Rough Wooing." 16th Century
Early 17th Century Creation of Adam. Michelangelo (1475–1564)
King's and Queen's costumes. Inigo Jones. Early 17th Century
Sketches of Irish costumes by Lucas de Heere Early 17th Century
Restoration and the 18th Century London ladies shopping for fabric
Examining a slave Restoration and the 18th Century
A Philosopher Giving That Lecture on the Orrery, in Which a Lamp Is Put in Place of the Sun (1766). Joseph Wright Restoration and the 18th Century
Romantic Period From p. 4 of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake
Percy Bysshe Shelley (ca. 1829) Romantic Period
Illustration from Lalla Rookh, 1817. Romantic Period
Victorian Age Hard Times (1885). Hubert von Herkomer.
The first women students to be admitted to the University of Cambridge, photographed at Hitchin, 1869 Victorian Age
Queen Victoria and her servant Abdul Karim, 1893. Victorian Age
20th Century Trains piled with refugees in Amritsar, India (1947)
Smoke billows over a landscape under fire from a United States Air Force B-25 bomber (ca. 1940). 20th Century
William Butler Yeats (ca. 1930). Ireland 20th Century
HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE Compiled by: Thomas Youman.
From Beowulf to Macbeth (Post Beowulf = Middle Ages then Renaissance)
British History and Literature Timeline Anglo Saxon Period 400|500|600|700|800|900|1000| : Roman occupation of England ends 597: St. Augustine settles.
Edward VI was the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. He was nine years old when he became King. He was a Protestant. Edward was very ill and he died.
Reformation in England I. Introduction II. Political Background III. Henrican Reform IV. The Religious Yo-Yo: Edward VI and Mary V. Elizabethan Settlement.
Geoffrey Chaucer England’s first great writer. / Geoffrey Chaucer made an enormous mark on the language and literature of England.
Geoffrey Chaucer and his work: The Canterbury Tales.
Chaucer and the Middle Ages A brief introduction.
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. The Tabard at Southwark.
PERIODS OF BRITISH LITERATURE. BRITISH LITERATURE LITERARY PERIODS Prepared by Prof. Mario O. Castillo Rangel Survey of English Literature I and II January.
David Wissler D.W King Edward the Confessor dies without Heir and Duke of Normandy invades England. When King Edward died he left no heirs.
Hogarth, Wright, Greuze, Fuseli. Genre Painting: satire “Aren’t the upper classes stupid?” William Hogarth.
The Henrician and Edwardian Reformation, Marian Reaction, and Elizabeth I Henry VIII held no Protestant convictions. He objected to papal control of the.
INTRODUCTION THE TUDORS. Locating the Tudors in time The Tudors ruled the kingdom from 1485 to The reigns of the Tudor monarchs stretches over /
King Henry VII Margaret Tudor [to Scotland], Henry VIII’s Sister.
King Henry VII Margaret Tudor, Henry VIII’s Sister.
British Literature LITERARY PERIODS. C. 450TODAY TIMELINE OF LITERARY PERIODS (BRITISH LITERATURE) MEDIEVAL RENAISSANCE NEOCLASSICAL ROMANTIC.
KEY IDEAS The Monarchy War and Plague Three Social Forces Geoffrey Chaucer Medieval Romance King Arthur.
The English language Old English – (450 AD – 1150 AD) Originally a Germanic language brought by the Anglo-Saxons in the 5th century.
The Elizabethan Age Begins on Nov. 17, 1558 November 17, 1558 : Elizabethan Age begins Queen Mary I, the monarch of England and Ireland since 1553, dies.
A Flourish of Genius” “ A Flourish of Genius”
Henry VIII Despite the break from Rome, Henry VIII was still very conservative in his religious beliefs During his reign England remained essentially.
The Six Wives of HENRY THE EIGHTH OF ENGLAND. Henry the VIII of England w King from 1509 to 1547 w Was born in 1491 and was son of King Henry VII w Tudor.
Bell Ringer What did Martin Luther do with his 95 Theses? https://portal.saintleo.edu/students/Pages/def ault.aspx.
English Romantic Poetry. What is Romanticism? By “Romantic” poetry we don’t mean lovey-dovey The Notebook kind of romantic. Romanticism refers to the.
England after Henry VIII A Struggle for Power. The Tudor Dynasty Continues When Henry VIII died in 1547, his son Edward VI became king Edward was only.
Rich and Poor in Tudor Times Portraits Which portraits show rich Tudors?
Conflict & War. The Crusades Holy Wars for Jerusalem 1 st Crusade: Pope Urban—“God wills it!” 2 nd Crusade: Falls to Muslims 3 rd Crusade: Richard the.
The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer. Pilgrimage A popular custom in Medieval England was to go on a journey to visit a holy place containing a religious.
Medieval Period Also called –The Middle Ages –Dark Ages People believed in the “divine order” –God destined man’s role in society God... Angels...
Literature in English 1. The Middle Ages (to ca. 1485) 2. The Sixteenth Century ( ) 3. The Early Seventeenth Century ( ) 4. The Restoration.
Geoffrey Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales Retrieved from cchs.shcsc.k12.in.us/academic/HONORS12/Chaucer/Chaucer.ppt.
King Henry VII-King of England Father of Henry VIII.
The Medieval Period in England I. The Norman Invasion II.Effects of the Norman Conquest III.The Effects of the Church IV.Rise of the Common People V.Literature.
The Enlightenment. The Restoration Monarchy & Anglican Church restored in 1660 with Charles II Increasingly, monarchs had to share authority with Parliament.
The English Exeption. Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, title page (1651). Thomas Hobbes ( )
The Romantic Period Sources of Inspiration Examination of inner feelings, emotions, imagination The literature of the Middle Ages.
William B. Yeats BY Jeffrey Woods. Early years William Butler Yeats was born on the 13 th of June 1865 in Sandymount, Dublin. John Butler Yeats and Susan.
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. Geoffrey Chaucer (c ) LIFE He was born in London between 1340 and 1344, the son of John Chaucer, a.
The English Reformation
An Introduction to the Middle Ages and Geoffrey Chaucer English 12 & English 12 Advanced Woodland Hills High School Dr. Moschetta.
William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet and playwright, and one of the foremost figures of the 20 th century. Yeats was a driving force behind the Irish.
Geoffrey Chaucer & The Canterbury Tales. He was born in London (c. 1343) He had middle-class origins He was a diplomat at Edward III’s Court He was captured.
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. Geoffrey Chaucer 1343? – 1400 Middle-class family Royal page, soldier, diplomat, royal clerk Varied experiences.
Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Geoffrey Chaucer Born in London, about 1340 His Father was a wine merchant, a member of the newly developing middle class.
English Theatre History The 16th and 17th Centuries.
Middle English Influences and Decline of English Norman Invasion (1066) Increase in French as main spoken language The influence of the.
Canterbury Tales Prologue: Vocabulary Words 1. solicitous- showing care or concern 2. garnered- decorated; trimmed 3. absolution- act of sin or criminal.
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