Early English Literature Part 2 Video

Video title: Early English Literature Part 2

Watch this History of British Literature video entitled Early English Literature Part 2 to study historic parallels between early British literary works and the growth and development of the English nation, and explore how 17th century British literature reflected the political, social, and religious backdrops of that period.

With this title you will draw historic parallels between early British literary works and the growth and development of the English nation, and explore how seventeenth-century British literature reflected the political, social and religious background of that period.

 

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Early English Literature Part 2 Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • British Literature History. Learn about Early English Literature. Survey early British literary works set against historical backgrounds that include the Anglo-Saxon invasions, the Norman Conquest, the feudal period, and the English Renaissance during the reign of Elizabeth I.
  • Witness the development of English drama, from early morality plays to the works of William Shakespeare, who mastered the dramatic structures of history, romantic comedy, and tragedy with A Midsummer Night-s Dream, Gulliver-s Travels, and Romeo and Juliet.
  • Gain insight to the evolution of the English language, from Anglo-Saxon poetry to Chaucer-s allegorical Canterbury Tales to romances, ballads, and sonnets.
  • Draw historic parallels between early British literary works and the growth and development of the English nation.
  • Explore how seventeenth-century British literature reflected the political, social, and religious backdrops of that period.
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