English Renaissance Notes

Questions.

1. How were English people feeling under the Tudors?

2. How did Protestants feel about making money?

3. What is the connection between protestantism and capitalism?

4. How did the Spanish regard foreigners who made money trading in the Spanish Main?

5. How can Elizabethan theater be described?

6. What did audiences expect to learn about from Romeo and Juliet?

7. How serious were the Elizabethans about theater?

8. What did Elizabeth I do at Tilbury?

9. Where was the Spanish Main?

10. What words entered English from America at the time of the English Renaissance?

11. What words entered English from France at the time of the English Renaissance?

12. What words entered English from Spanish at the time of the English Renaissance?

13. What words entered English from Dutch at the time of the English Renaissance?

14. What architectural words entered English from Italian at the time of the English Renaissance?

15. What musical words entered English from Italian at the time of the English Renaissance?

16. How were Latin and Greek used in the creation of new scientific and technical words?

17. How does Dr. Faustus feel at first in Marlowe’s play?

18. Francis Bacon was a philosopher of WHAT?

19. How did Francis Bacon want people to think?

20. What did Francis Bacon want scientists to do?

21. Which area of science offered particularly great rewards under the Tudors?

22. When was the East India Company founded?

23. What did most people think of learning and scholarship in Elizabethan times?

24. What were the problems with scholarship connected with magic?

 

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