Queen Elizabeth Research Paper

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Many people know queen Elizabeth as a famous queen of England but they do not know her real story of being unforgettable queen in England of all time. Actually she was queen of England from 1558 to 1603, during this time she made many great changes for England because she really loved her country. Her steady love for England inspired all her people with unbounded patriotism and they had great respect for her also she had respect for the people.

Elizabeth was born at Greenwich Palace on September 7, 1533. She was the daughter of King Henry and Anne Boleyn the second of his six wives. Before Elizabeth reached her third birthday her mother was beheaded on charges of adultery and treason. King Henry paid little attention to her and moved
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This is evident in the clear and precise expression in the prose writing of that age. Ben Johnson and Francis Bacon were the most famous essayists of that time. The Bible was translated into English. To sum up, the age of Elizabeth was a time of intellectual liberty, of growing intelligence and comfort among all classes, of unbounded patriotism and of peace at home and abroad. it was an age of great thought and action, appealing to the eyes as well as to the imagination and intellect. No genera of literature could express the whole man so effectively as drama, so this age brought drama to its highest stage of…show more content…
The Italian poet Petrarch used it brilliantly as such it is called Petrarchan. It is a short poem of 14 lines, expressing one single thought or feeling and is recited to the accompaniment of music. It is derived from the Italian word "Sonetto" meaning a little sound. It was introduced in England in the first half of the sixteenth century by Sir Thomas Wyatt, Henry Howard and The Earl of Surrey. The glory of the English sonnets lies in the hands of Sidney. Shakespearean Sonnet: poem of 14 lines grouped into 3 quatrains and a couple with a rhyme scheme of abab.cdcd,efef,gg It was developed in England by Sir Thomas Wyatt in the 16th century as an adaptation of the Petrachan sonnet that had been imported from Italy and it reached its maturest expression in the sonnets of William

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