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How people interacted with eac

This paper will compare and contrast the ways people

interacted with each other in the sixteenth-century Europe,

nineteenth-century England, and the 1950s in the United

States. The paper will state how people were introduced to

one another, expressed their sexual feelings, and meeting on

casual acquaintances. The next three paragraphs will talk

about what happened during the time periods. This will

maybe tell why people behaved that way during that time

period. Then the comparing and contrasting of how people

interacted will be explored. Finally, I will conclude with

a summary of my findings.

During the Renaissance Italy, unlike England and

France, had no main capital city. Instead it had many

centers for regional states. Some of these cities were

Milan, Rome, Venice, and Florence. Other Renaissance

culture developed around Mantua and Urbino. During the 15th

century students came from all over Europe to study in

Italy. Also during the Renaissance Italian literature,

clothing, furniture, and art were imitated in Holland,

France, Germany, Spain and England (Renaissance 30).

In the nineteenth-century England and Wales were

divided into fifty-two counties. In this century the

English hunted foxes (Pool 24). The middle of London, known

as 'The City', dropped from one hundred twenty-eight

thousand to fifty thousand, while the rest of London grew

from one million to four and a half million. In London the

fancy area was the West End. The East End was full of

poverty and misery (Pool 28).

The 1950s, which followed World War II, were part of

the Truman Years and Eisenhower Years. In 1950, Joseph R.

McCarthy insisted that there were conspiracies in the

Federal Government. During this decade there was a huge

population increase from one hundred fifty million to one

hundred seventy-nine million. The United States court also

rid itself of racial discrimination. Also, in 1954 ruled

that racial discrimination in schools was unconstitutional

(History of the United States 67-68).

While the sixteenth-century was different from the

nineteenth-century there were some similarities. There were

intermarriages between people that were not in the same

class (Hale 444). For example in Our Mutual Friend Eugene,

a gentleman, marries Lizzy, a boatgirl. Romeo, a Capulet,

and Juliet, a Montague rival also marry even though they

were of opposing families (Shakespeare 337). Also sex was

thought about much. In Romeo and Juliet, after the Capulet

party Mercutio teases Romeo about Rosaline in a sexual way

(Shakespeare 319). Jenny Wren thought Eugene Wrayburn just

wanted to make Lizzy Hexem his 'doll' (OMF).

Of course as people change there was a change in

behavior in love. Before the 18th century love wasn't

expected to end ...

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