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Elizabethan Era. Women in Shakespeare Course. Othello. Set between 1489 and 1571 This is a very BIG stretch of time. Italy (Several of Shakespeare’s plays) Coincides with Elizabethan Era. Why Italy?. The Italian Rennascaince is the most prevelent and well known one.

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Elizabethan era

Elizabethan Era

Women in Shakespeare Course


Othello
Othello

  • Set between 1489 and 1571

  • This is a very BIG stretch of time.

  • Italy (Several of Shakespeare’s plays)

  • Coincides with Elizabethan Era


Why italy
Why Italy?

  • The Italian Rennascaince is the most prevelent and well known one.

  • Wars between Venice and Turkey

  • Othello is a General.


Elizabeth elizabeth
Elizabeth Elizabeth!

  • Elizabeth 1

  • Elizabethan Era-

    1533-1603

    -Renaissance

    -Great exploration time


Women
Women!

  • Were considered inferior to men

  • Fathers looked after daughters until they became wives, and if they couldn’t be a wife a male relative would watch over them.

  • Women were to be housewives and Mothers.

  • Were educated at this time, but no law, Medicine, or political jobs.


Sources
Sources

  • Elizabethan Women." Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603). Web. 04 May 2010. <http://www.elizabethi.org/us/women/>

  •  "Othello." Free Study Guides for Shakespeare and Other Authors. Web. 04 May 2010. <http://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/xOthello.html>.

  •  "Queen Elizabeth I Timeline." History Timelines. Web. 04 May 2010. <http://www.history-timelines.org.uk/people-timelines/06-queen-elizabeth-i-timeline.htm>.


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