Tis’ a Pity She’s a Whore was written by John Ford during the reign of King Charles I. During this time, England faced decline in its economy and mannered society. The theatre was less attended and theatre companies were surviving at the mercy of their patrons. The government censorship was pushing theatre productions to follow the neoclassic rules once again. However, Ford was able to manage fashioning the last few Jocabean, Carolinean masterpieces before the Reformation took place. He challenged
Weimar, Germany In examining great social and cultural changes in the modern West, many specific events come to mind: the Renaissance and the Reformation, the “discovery” of the Americas, industrialization, and World War Two. One such event, often overlooked, is the “Great War”, 1914-1918. Like every people affected by the expanse of this war, Germans were deeply affected and forever changed. As a social, cultural, and psychological reaction to World War I, the German people created the Weimar
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