"Sinful Acts in Fire from Heaven",by underdown, " Much Ado About Nothing", by Shakespeare, and "The Flea" by John Donne
In Fire from Heaven, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Flea, the authors take a stance on men and women committing sinful acts and using it as a main position in their work. They write from a very religious perspective which is probably due to the time period in which their work was written about. They develop this idea in very different perspectives to get their point across. They express this position vividly throughout their work.
David Underdown didn't live in this time period, but his work was a work of history and his ideas coincided with those of the Puritans. He uses these idea…
- "Sinful Acts in Fire from Heaven",by underdown, " Much Ado About Nothing", by Shakespeare, and "The Flea" by John Donne
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