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To what extent do Renaissance texts raise specific problems of reading?
To what extent do Renaissance texts raise specific 'problems of reading'?
<Tab/>The Renaissance began in Italy during the early 1300's. It spread to England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and other countries in the late 1400's and ended about 1600. The cultures of ancient Greece and Rome are often called classical antiquity. The Renaissance thus represented a rebirth of these cultures and is therefore also known as the revival of antiquity or the revival of learning. The problems of reading a Renaissance text are primarily related to its history. As time passes, a…
- To what extent do Renaissance texts raise specific problems of reading?
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