When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began writing about
A. Biblical tenets
B. Sinful practices
C. Human psychology
D. Various gods and goddesses
When humanism spread and affected literature, both authors and dramatists started to write about human psychology. Psychology was to educate people on their worth, personal rights and freedoms, capabilities rather than religion.
C. Human psychology.
This period was when religion was put aside, and people were made aware of their freedoms and happiness.
When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began to write about human psychology. This was intended to teach about the individual's worth, how to attain personal freedom, happiness, development, and how to use the different capabilities people possessed to make a difference in their lives. This was when the people became more conscious and aware of their worth at the expense of religion.
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