The English Restoration

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The English Restoration

The Restoration period begins in 1660, the year in which King Charles II (the exiled Stuart king) was restored to the English throne.England, Scotland, and Wales were united as Great Britain by the 1707 Act of Union.The period is one of increasing commercial prosperity and global trade for Britain.Literacy expanded to include the middle classes and even some of the poor.Emerging social ideas included politeness―a behavioral standard to which anyone might aspire―and new rhetoric of liberty and rights, sentiment and sympathy.


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The Diary of Samuel Pepys by Samuel PepysA Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel DefoeA Modest Proposal by Jonathan SwiftA Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft


The historical time period was very important, because there were moments of great impact to our present like for example the law of gravity that was published by Isaac Newton on 1687 or the start of the war against the colonies of North America. The selections we read were very interesting. The onion talk was alot of fun for me because it let me original and more creative, I felt free writing it. And obviously the movie I've watched like 20 times and I stil laugh, Tropic Thunder.

The Restoration and the 18th Century


The Restoration of KIng Charles II

King Charles II


1665- The Great Plague of London kills thousands.1666- The Great Fire of London destroys a large section of the city.1687- Sir Isaac Newton publishes the law of gravity.1707- England, Wales, and Scotland unite as Great Britain.1757- British rule over India begins.1775- War with the colonies in North America begins.

Mr. Osborne - The Restoration & the 18th Century (Unit 3 Preview)


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