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ETS 121 Week 1 Class Notes

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Notes taken during class of week 1
Introduction to Shakespeare
D. Callaghan
Class Notes
English Shakespeare




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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mia Notetaker on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ETS 121 at Syracuse University taught by D. Callaghan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Shakespeare in English Textual Studies at Syracuse University.

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Date Created: 09/25/16
Introduction to Shakespeare  Week 1 Notes      The English Renais ​ sance: Later than rest of Europe. Focus on art, science, humanity &  capitalism    Influences of Shakespeare:    Long Term Effects:  ● 1453­ Fall of Constantinople  ● Printing (first books in English)    Short Term Effects:  ● Fall of Spanish Armada in 1588  ● The Reformation  ● Renaissance Humanism    Shakespeare’s Early Years:    His favorite poet was Ovid ( Died 18 CE)  “Write in your language & express words freely”    Classical vs. Vernacular    Classical ­ Latin & Greek    Vernacular­ The language spoken by the people    Shakespeare’s Life:    Lifespan: 1564­1616  First Folio: 1624  Acting thought of as a lowly career.    Alias?  ● Earl of Oxford?  ● Sir Francis Bacon?    Colleagues:  ● Marlowe (1564­1593), Murdered at age 29.   ○ Wrote Tamburlaine, Dr. Faustus  ● Francis Beaumont (1584­1616)  ○ Worked with Shakespeare toward end of career  ● Richard Burbage (1568­1619)  ○ Helped start Shakespeare company    Patrons:  ● Earl of Southampton  ● Nicholas Hilliard  ○ Made portraits for that period    The Lost Years:    The Reformation was biggest event in Shakespeare’s lifetime    Corazza­ Free speech among equals    London in the 16th century:  ● No free speech  ● No democracy  ● No freedom of religion    How is it possible that Shakespeare came to be because of these restrictions?    Shakespeare disappeared from records for 10 years.   Where was he? Traveler? Teacher? Military? Priest?    Catholic Church believed that giving people the bible was evil and would cause destruction.    The Reformation:    Break off from Catholicism. England separated from the Pope under Henry 8th. Due to Pope not  granting him a divorce so he could marry Anne Boleyn.    Started with Martin Luther and his 95 thesis.     All literature started being censored    Church sessions were mandatory in England. If you did not attend, you were fined.    Scripture in English:  ● Book of Martyrs  ● Bishop’s Bible (Later King James Bible)  ● Common Prayer  ● Excommunication of Queen Elizabeth 1st  ● Articles of the Church of England    There was no standardized alphabet, so many different spellings existed.             


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