In English history, the period between 1649 and 1660 is known as the ‘Interregnum’.
This was a period of time when England was ruled by the Parliament and it had no King.
The ‘Interregnum’ was the outcome of a feeling of betrayal by the English army, that King Charles the First had made a secret pact with Scots, which would lead to another civil war. The army, along with Independents removed or killed all those in the House of Commons whom they thought were in connivance with the King and finally executed King Charles I, himself.
The period between 1649 and 1660 was known as the Interregnum or popularly known as a period of censorship by the King.
Reformation period in the history of English Literature saw several challenges including the closure of theatres and playwrights being thrown out of their jobs.
The great poet Milton openly opposed this censorship which led to the decline of literary works.
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