Some Features of Puritan Age
Puritan age is marked by the decline of Renaissance age: the age of revival of knowledge. Puritan age is further divided into two classes;
- the Jacobian period in which James.I was the ruler
- Caroline period in which Charles.I was the ruler
- The writers of Puritan ages followed the paths of the great Renaissance writers.
- The spirit of science popularizes by great men like Newton, Bacon and Descartes.
- In literature the spirit infuses itself in the form of criticism, which was truly the creation of Puritan age.
- IN this period people took stock of what had been acquired.
- People classified, analysed, and systematized many things which were having no importance before that.
- English language was started being used as the medium for instruction and for storing the data and for conveying facts.
- Art of Biography popularized which was unknown in previous ages.
- Satire and Irony got fame in Puritan age, individually as well as on collective basis.
- Readers had become criticizers and asked for the facts and figures, so that they may judge and can take sides in the controversial matters.
- John Milton was the best representative of Puritan age.
- Puritanism is considered as the second greatest renaissance.
- Rebirth of the moral nature of man which followed intellectual awakening of Europe in 15th and 16th century.
- Despotism was the oder of the day.
- Puritan movement stood for the liberty of people of Europe.
- There was an introduction of morality and high ideals in politics.
- Puritan age had two perspectives; personal righteousness and civil and religious liberty.
- It aimed at making people free and honest.
- In puritan age John Milton and Thomas Cromwell fought for the religious liberties of people.
- With the passage of time Puritanism became the movement against the King which stood for the freedom of the society.
- Puritans was the name given to the people who advocated certain changes in the form of the worship of the reformed English church under Queen Elizabeth.
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