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Backgrounds To English Literature: The Renaissance

AuthorPatrick Lee-Browne

NarratorOliver Clement

Duration7h 55m

CategoriesChildren and Young Adult Non-Fiction and Educational Titles, English Non Fiction

Key StageA Level

PublisherInhouse

VersionUnabridged

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Designed to be accessible to students at AS and A2 level, this audiobook sets out the historical background to the Renaissance period. It looks at religion, scientific discoveries and exploration, before studying dramatic works, from the morality play to Jacobean tragedy and Shakespeare theatre, poetry and prose.

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