Humanism in Renaissance Literature
Renaissance age was a period of literature enlightenment and revolutionary rebirth of the classical world ( Latin and Greek classics ).
Two opposed movements appeared during the Renaissance were Scholastic which adopted beliefs of ancient writers to support the corrupted church, and the Humanism movement was against the greedy and corrupted church at that time it places the human beings at the centre of the universe. It took its name from the studi humanitatis, those studies (grammar, rhetoric, poetry, history and moral philosophy).
The arrival of Humanism in England was a revolutionary c…
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