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The Anglo-Norman Period

The Anglo-Norman Period was started in 1066 and ended in 1340. The Anglo-Norman period marked the end of the Germanic Saxon rule in England. The literature of that period was written mostly in Anglo-Norman, the French language spoken by the new ruling class of England.

Some key features of The Romantic Period:

  • Romance
  • Chivalry
  • Religion
  • Love
  • Didactic writing
  • Preciosity style

Famous Writers of this period:

  • Dante

Famous Literary Works in this Period:

  • The Divine Comedy

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