Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Class Number Date Othello Brochure- An introduction to the Elizabeth Era The Elizabeth era is the period during the reign of Queen Elizabeth and it spanned from 1558 to 1603. It is a golden age in the English history whose end was marked by the union with Scotland. I am going to be your tour guide to welcome you into this period and explain to you how life was then about the aspects of; art political religious social and economic. Artistic In these modern times we perceive art as the mere expression of deep feelings and beliefs by an artist. In the Elizabethan times however artists were tasked to entertain and glorify the queen. This explains why most of the art was shaped by and revolved around the queen. It was impossible for an artist to support oneself through art and this made most artists world history. Works cited "\Elizabethan Economy". Faculty.Tnstate.Edu 2018 faculty.tnstate.edu Accessed 9 Mar 2018.Alexander Peter. "400 Years Fresh–The Elizabethan Era Stage." (2016). Scully Robert E. "Book Review:" And Touching Our Society": Fashioning Jesuit Identity in Elizabethan England." Church History 83.3 (2014): 772. Wall Wendy. "The Elizabethan Country House Entertainment: Print Performance and Gender by Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich." Early Theatre: A Journal associated with the Records of Early English Drama 20.1 (2017): 157-160 Richardson R. C. et al. "Reviews: Historians Reflections on the Marxist Theory of History Political Culture in Later Medieval England Writing under Tyranny: English Literature and the Henrician Reformation. the Subject of Elizabeth: Authority Gender and Representation ‘No historie So meete’: Gentry Culture and the Development of Local History in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England. the Spanish Match. Prince Charles's Journey to Madrid 1623 the 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline Era ...." (2016). [...]
Snow Falling on cedars (2 pages) a.Reasearch the situation with japanese American during/following the world war II. Create a comparison organizer chart, wich details Canadian vs American experiences for the Japanese descedents b. In the novel, there are many instances where race and prejudice influences the actions and plot development of the novel. In this assignement, you will write a creative interpretation of the issue by placing yourself in one of the characters. You will take on one of the characters and consider the effect of racism on their lives. As the character you will write a diary/Journal entry as an older person, reflecting on the experiences of how racism and prejudice had affected their lives . Othello Brochure (2 pages) In this task you will act as tour guide to introduce you ''clients'' to the ELIZABETH ERA in the form of a brochure. Create a written text to detail all the notable aspects of the era, 350 words to each section: Artistic Political Religious Social Economic. Use articles and encyclopedic referecences to suplement your information. Be sure to cite all sources in a bibliography on a seperate page. Othello Diary (1 page) Write a Short diary entry in the voice of othello, from the beginning of the play, where he is still very much in love with Desdoma. Be sure to remain true to the action of the play and include salient details from the start of the play Othello Newspaper article (1 page) Write a newspaper article in a usual article style, exposing the treatment of women in the play Othello. Desdemona and Emilia are both victims of abuse and domestic violence at the hands of men. Be sure to include facts or cite quotations from the play to substantiate your article.