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  • William Shakespeare was an English poet, play writer, and actor, widely regarded as the  greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon".
  • William Shakespeare 1564-1616
  • This is one of my greatest works, a play about two star crossed lovers who can't ever be together. Romeo and Juliet, are well shaped figures who are the artistic image which express my humanistic ideals. Romeo and Juliet describes an astonishing love tragedy through moving play contradictions, and various distinctive characters, beautiful and expressive language of the characters. All these two characters know is that they love each other, and that is all the care about. 
  • Oh Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo?
  • Shakespeare was a humanist for sure. A humanist is someone who focuses on the here and now. In other words, a humanist is someone who focuses on worldly subjects rather than on the religious issues, but they were still Christians who hoped to use their wisdom of the ancients to increase their understandings of their own time. Shakespeare brought a new physiological realism to drama, and created hundreds of  living, believable characters, all of them different individuals showing rich diversity of humanity.
  • William Shakespeare a humanist?
  • Niccolo di bernardo dei Machiavelli was an Italian diplomat (for 14 years), politician,historian, philosopher and writer of the Renaissance period. He has often been called the father of modern political science.
  • Niccolo Machiavelli 1469-1527
  • This is one of my really famous books about how a prince should rule. Which you can tell by the title The Prince. My book reflects humanism because it is focusing on government and ways that aren't very christian related. 
  • But if you cant be both, then be feared.
  • It is better to be be feared and loved...
  • Machiavelli was a humanist for sure. A humanist is someone who focuses on the here and now. In other words, a humanist is someone who focuses on worldly subjects rather than on the religious issues, but they were still Christians who hoped to use their wisdom of the ancients to increase their understandings of their own time. 
  • Niccolo Machiavelli a humanist?
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