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Pros And Cons Of Elizabethan Era

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Elizabethan inn-yards were one of the first places for English theatre, where people wrote verse to music, lodged and entertained. These inn-yards soon were transformed into full-blown theatre houses and thus, the theater was introduced during the Elizabethan era. In one of these theaters - the Globe Theatre of London, most famous playwrights of all time created their works - Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Kyd and of course William Shakespeare, who is known as the world's pre-eminent playwright. He gave works like Hamlet, King Henry V, the tragic Romeo and Juliet and The Merry Wives of Windsor. The Reign of Elizabeth did not only produce some of the most revered playwrights, it also produces some of the famous poets and prose writers of the age. The poets were…show more content…
Thus, the sailors and sea men of England did a lot towards the colonising policy and consequently, the English colonies were practically in every part of the world.
The Dark Sides of the Elizabethan Era
Although, there are a lof of good sides of the reign of Elizabet I, there are some downsides, too. Elizabethan England had the continued population growth that made worse the economy of the country. The economy, additionally, was put in trobles by serious harvest failures in every decade of Elizabethan era. Consequently, there were a lot of unemployment and starvation. Elizabeth often had terrible problems because she hadn`t made decisions on time. An example is the Ireland government that had put troubles for England over the years and, particularly 1594, when the Nine Years War started and as result hundreds of English troops were killed. However, the Elizabethan Age is generally recalled more favourably – because, as Roshni Maheshwari says, “the reign of less than half a century brought to England those laurels which even centuries could not
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