What is a theme presented in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet?
One theme in Romeo and Juliet is the concept of love is the play’s dominant and most important theme. The play focuses on romantic love that springs up at first sight between Romeo and Juliet. In the play, love is a force that overrides all values, and emotions. It shows the chaos and passion of being in love.
What is the historical significance of the Protestant Reformation?
It was a breaking free of the religious hierarchies of the Catholic church. It provided the opportunity and drive for the average person to have a more direct role in reading and interpreting the Bible as they pleased.
What was the effect of the war of 1812?
The War of 1812 changed the course of American history. America had managed to fight the world’s greatest military power to a standstill, and because of that, it gained international respect. Furthermore, it instilled a greater sense of nationalism among its citizens. The time period after the war was named "The Era of Good Feeling"