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Survey of british literature 449-1066 ad – the anglo-saxon period 1066- 1485 ad – the medieval period 1485-1660 ad – the english renaissance romans withdrew during the fifth century and left britain on its own the seafarer the wanderer the wife's lament a history of the english church and people.
British literature is literature from the united kingdom, isle of man, and channel islands 1 british identity 2 the coming of the anglo-saxons: 449–c1066 1155) was one of the major figures in the development of british history and in his final period, shakespeare turned to romance or tragicomedy and completed four. History and development of drama in english literature 1500-1660: the renaissance 1558-1603: elizabethan age 1603-1625: jacobean age the middle english period consists of the literature produced in the four and a half centuries.