A Commentary of two cultural texts: "Astrophil and Stella" & "The Pinder of Wakefield".
The sixteenth century was a time of great scientific, historical, religious and artistic upheaval. Without the benefit of computers, Television, Radio or Nosy Neighbours, much dissemination of social codes and conventions, stories, fables and legends, came from ballads of sonnets. Literacy ballads and the like were a basic format of song, with an emphasis on action rather than character, that told a story, usually concerning some social phenomena, such as romantic relationships, cheating wives or husbands, and sometimes work trades, such as ploughmen, Carpenters, etc...
- A Commentary of two cultural texts: "Astrophil and Stella" & "The Pinder of Wakefield".
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