Other Words for Renaissance

Renaissance Verb Synonyms
renascence, rebirth, revival, reawakening, restoration, resumption, renewal, resurgence, return, regeneration, rejuvenation, new dawn, new birth
The Renaissance is so called because of the return to classical tradition. Hugh seems to have undergone a renaissance since taking that rest cure.

Renaissance Romance

Entertainment / Literature / Renaissance Romance: The original medieval genre of metrical romances gradually were replaced by prose works in the 1500s. At that point, the meaning of a 'romance' expanded to include any lengthy French or Spanish story MORE

Harlem Renaissance

Entertainment / Literature / Harlem Renaissance: A dynamic period of writing, poetry, music, and art among black Americans during the 1920s and 1930s including figures such as Claude mckay, Jean Toomer, Countee Cullen, Sterling Brown, Zora Neale Hur MORE

Bard

Entertainment / Literature / Bard: (Welsh Bardd, Irish Bard) (1) An ancient Celtic poet, singer and harpist who recited heroic poems by memory. These bards were the oral historians, political critics, eulogizers, and entertainers of th MORE

Epic

Entertainment / Literature / Epic: An epic in its most specific sense is a genre of classical poetry. It is a poem that is (a) a long narrative about a serious subject, (b) told in an elevated style of language, (c) focused on the expl MORE

Awdl

Entertainment / Literature / Awdl: (from Middle Welsh odl) The term in Welsh poetry has come to acquire several meanings. In its earliest usage, an awdl meant a stave bearing the rhyme in any poem. Next, it came to mean a series of mon MORE

Drama

Entertainment / Literature / Drama: A composition in prose or verse presenting, in pantomime and dialogue, a narrative involving conflict between a character or characters and some external or internal force (see conflict). Playwrights MORE

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