The literature of the English Renaissance was deeply influenced by
the rediscovery of classical works.
Three noted literary authors of the English Renaissance are
William Shakespeare, Thomas More, and Francis Bacon
The effect of the Renaissance upon English literature
was evident in the explosion of poetry, drama, and prose.
Which of the following is a legitimate cause-and-effect statement?
Invention of the printing press led to King James’ translation of the Bible.
The people of this period who celebrated life through scientific inquiry, intellectual pursuits, and the arts are known as
The reigns of the Tudor monarchs were marked by
a spirit of scientific inquiry and exploration, independence from the Roman Catholic Church, and a delight in the arts.
King Henry VII is most closely associated with
the reformation of the Christian Religion.
During the Renaissance, the astronomer Copernicus suggested the radical notion that
the Earth was not the center of the universe.