HISTORY: in this article it talks about the history from the Elizabethan Era to today. It says how it was when nothing was equal between men and women. a lot of women made a lot of achievements in the Elizabethan Era.
Davey, Donna L. "Women And Their Gardens: A History From The Elizabethan Era To Today." Library Journal 137.6 (2012): 92. Literary Reference Center. Web. 2 Mar. 2014
LITERACY CRITICSM: This article discusses all the characters in A Midsummer Night's Dream. They came from deep physiological principles. Shakespeare made two different characters from the same materials and situations, something no poet could have done.
Shakespeare also made it very descriptive unlike anything else.
IMAGE: I chose this image because it shows Shakespeare invented most of his words. 1,700 of the words we use today were invented by him. Some words that he invented no one would have thought to put them together to make a word.
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