How Did Shakespeare Contribute To The English Renaissance

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English Renaissance
In the English Renaissance events happened that changed and made the contributions to the Renaissance era which made things bad and good to the generations and future generations. The Renaissance era was a period in of years that started in the 14th century and ended in the 17th century, but the Renaissance era was not only based in Great Britain. It was happening all over Europe such as Italy, France, and Spain. The English Renaissance contributed a lot in the era which was philosophy, literature, music, and politics, so here are some of the people who made contributions to the English Renaissance.
Queen Elizabeth I was crowned in 1558 after the death of her half sister Mary. While Queen Elizabeth I ruled, a famous poet by the name of William Shakespeare was born in 1564, William Shakespeare was known for his work such as “Romeo and Juliet”, “The Tragedy of Macbeth”, and “ Hamlet: Prince of Denmark”. Christopher Marlow, who was also a play-writer and poet was born while Queen Elizabeth I was ruling Great Britain, but he was also born in the same year as William Shakespeare. Six years later on 1570 Queen Elizabeth was excommunicated by the Catholic Church, because Pope Pius V did not like Queen Elizabeth I; he believed she had no right to the throne.
Some time during the Anglo-Spanish War of 1585,
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The important people during the English Renaissance made a huge impact on the Renaissance era, but not only in Great Britain; they also changed the Renaissance era all over Europe. They changed everything for their generation and future generations; for instance William Shakespeare's work is being used during the 21st century for teaching and reading. Not all the people will be named, because there were so many humans who did great and bad things, but some of the important people will

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