Presentation on theme: "THE HISTORY OF EARLY MODERN ENGLISH"— Presentation transcript:
1 THE HISTORY OF EARLY MODERN ENGLISH Nist, John. A Structural History of English. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1966.
2 Contents Important Dates Outstanding Persons Major Attributes of the Language
3 A Chronology of Relevant Historical and Literary Events IMPORTANT DATESA Chronology of Relevant Historical and Literary Events
4 1460-1529 Life of John Skelton Clergyman, satirist, and poet. Skelton typifies the enormous growth in the English vocabulary.Skelton introduces about 1500 new words into the language.Text (Nyst 210)
5 1485-1509 Reign of Henry VII First of the Tudor Dynasty His reign marks the end of Middle English(Nyst 210)
6 Reign of Henry VIIIThe Protestant Reformation reduces the dominance of Latin in England.Nyst 210
7 1531 – Publication of Sir Thomas Elyot’s The Governour First book on Education printed in England.Effort to enrich the vocabulary of the EME with foreign loansSymbol of the conscious effort to enrich the vocabulary of the Early Modern English with foreign loans (Nyst 210)EME = Early Modern English
13 Relevant Periods and eras in the History of Early Modern English Tudor period (1485–1603)Elizabethan era (1558–1603)Stuart Period (1603–1714)Jacobean era (1603 – 1625)Caroline era (1625—1642)
14 Discovery of America (1492) Skelton Henry VIII (1509-47) CHRONOLOGYRulerHistorical EventsLiterary Events1500Henry VII ( )Discovery of America (1492)SkeltonHenry VIII ( )Dissolution of Monasteries( )Tyndale’s BibleEdward VI ( )Mary ( )Loss of Calais 1558)Elizabeth I ( )(Burnley xxi)
15 East India Co founded (1600) Union with Scotland (1603) James I ( )East India Co founded (1600)Union with Scotland (1603)First American ColoniesA.V. of Bible (1611)Shakespeare First Folio (1623)Paradise Lost (1667)Charles I ( )The Commonwealth ( )Charles II ( )James II ( )William ( ) and Mary ( )(Burnley xxi)
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20 Works Cited and Sources Jordan, Constance, and Clare Carroll. “The Early Modern Period.” The Longman Anthology of British Literature. Ed. David Damrosch. Vol.A. London: Longman,Miller, James E., Jr., Myrtle J. Jones, and Helen McDonnel. England in Literature. Macbeth Edition. London: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1973.Nist, John. A Structural History of English. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1966.
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