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Post by: Snehith Kumbla

It was a time for turmoil, a time for new ideas, a time for change. European literature was at the zenith of its popularity between the 14th and 17th century. The impact was distinct, rooted in reality. Of course it all flourished with the coming of the printing press. Gutenberg's historic and momentous printing press brought out the publication of works of literature in the local language and thus lead to the widespread reach of ideas related to renaissance.

 

The renaissance was not related to one age or country. It was evenly distributed among the writers and poets of Spain, France, Italy, England and among the Dutch.Much of what was created during the renaissance period is still considered as a pinnacle in literature.

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Slasian
It is still a time for turmoil, a time for new ideas, a time for change. I had no idea when we will stop this "it was a unique time" kind of description. Every time, era and moment of existence is a unique time. Oh I think I get too cranky :)
Thu,Oct 17th 2013 10:29 AM