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deism creating the world, left it to run by natural laws and who left man to take care of himself by using his intellect.
The Protestant Reformation in England. During this time, Henry VIII severed England's ties with teh Church of Rome and helped to establish Protestantism in England. The Bible was also translated into English during this time. English Reformation
also referred to as the Elizabethan Period (1485-1625). During this era, England experienced a revived interest in Greek and Roman Literature. Also,the Italian Renaissance greatly influenced English literature. English Renaissance
the pattern in a line of poetry, consisting of one accented syllable and one or two unaccented unaccented syllables. foot
a melancholy poem which reflects on nature and death elegy
catastrophe the final outcome of a tragedy
the resolution or tying up of all the loose ends. denouement
Created by: debbie44