HERE ARE THE READINGS (choose one):Sir Thomas Wyatt: “Whoso list to hunt” “They flee from me” Christopher Marlowe: “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” Sir Walter Ralegh: “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” William Shakespeare: “Sonnet # 18” “Sonnet # 130” “Sonnet # 147”For this assignment, you will be focusing on the history and literature of the Renaissance. You are to write a MLA documented Links to an external site. paper that demonstrates your understanding of the history, the values and the literature of the Renaissance in England.1. Choose one of the following three “theme” questions we have for the semester: How does the literature reflect the relationship between the individual and faith/belief/religion of the time period?How does the literature reflect the relationship between women and men of the time period?How does the literature reflect the evolution of the hero-like character of the time period?2. Your thesis should answer the question “How do you (as yourself, an intelligent reader) see the literature written during that particular time period reflecting X (where X is your topic question selected from above (1))?” 3. You must answer your chosen question by analyzing and making specific reference to any two of the assigned readings that we have done for that particular period of study. Please note that “specific reference” means that you should integrate quotes from specific passages to support your interpretation– not just “Chaucer says a lot about men treating women badly” but something like “When Chaucer’s Wife of Bath says that “Experience, through noon auctoritee/ Were in this world, Is right ynough for me/ To speke of wo that is in marriage‟ she announces to the world her rebellion against a society that saw women as inferior to men” (Damrosch col.1:287). The more specific you can be about the works you are analyzing and reflecting upon, usually the better the quality of your paper. 4. You may choose which literary works you wish to discuss from those we have read from the Middle Ages historical period. You may also wish to include works outside of our assigned readings in your reflection, though it is not required. You should discuss in some detail at least two pieces of literature from each time period, though you certainly can analyze more than two pieces of literature if you wish. At least two quotes should be used to support your analysis from each of the two pieces of literature.5. Your reflection should demonstrate that you understand and can connect literary works to key historical events, concepts, and movements of the time. 6. Your primary focus of this essay should be your own reflection on how the British literature you have selected reflect an answer to your chosen theme question. You are free to use secondary sources in support of your reflection but material must be properly documented. Throughout the course, please ask me if you are unsure about whether you should document a source, or how to document a source. 7. The paper should demonstrate your comprehension of the history of the time period and how that history influenced the portrayal of your chosen theme question in the literature. Introduction: – a thorough overview and explanation of the historical period is presented- each of the two pieces of literature that are analyzed in the paper are mentioned in the introduction- a thesis statement is provided (answer to the chosen theme question selected from the above choices)Body paragraphs:- The body of the paper should present a summary of each piece of literature that is to be analyzed- The body of the paper should thoroughly analyze (including quotes) each piece of literature explaining how the literature provides a window to the past for today’s readers and thus answers the chosen theme question- Each analysis paragraph should have a clear topic sentence which breaks down the thesis and a clear concluding sentence which ties the paragraph’s topic sentence to the thesis- Quotes in analysis paragraphs should be purposefully chosen and well integrated into the writingConclusion: – Concluding paragraph should summarize main ideas in the paper AND make intriguing comments connecting the analysis, the historical time period, and literature in general to leave the reader with provoking ideas.Execution:Proper grammar, punctuation, syntax, spelling.MLA Documentation:Proper MLA documentation is followed including headers, title, in-text citation and Works Cited page.