I will pay for the following article Exploring the Elizabeth Age by Robert Herrick. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. From Grace Bumbrey, CBS (21) provides that African American churches have been hugely influential to the black society and hence their performance. CBS (12) calls the church of the 1990 “the rock that blacks depend on.” According to Norment (2), American society was influenced by black poetry. Most of the blacks during slavery demonstrated their propensity for imprisonment through poems (Norment 2). Even though Herrick was not part of this era, he is born of this blood. Black lyrics are the forefathers of poetry categories like Jazz, rhythm, and blues (Norment 3). According to Norment (23), American society, which was then dominated by white people, was profoundly influenced by the day’s black poetry. Black poetry during the 1990s was copied and expanded by whites, and thus whites managed to become rich and famous for what was known to be imitations (Norment 24). .
. . . . . . . . . . . Even though Herrick is not categorized among the best poets, he encountered many problems. 1n the 1660s, poetry was seen as very sophisticated, digitized, and social, and therefore, blacks were not allowed to participate (Nettles 8). However, this problem seemed to have been dissolved with the emergence of Marian Anderson (Nettles 9). The poetry door came down with the existence of Leontine Price. Since she was a woman, her opera performance was not seen as a threat to the male-dominated society (Nettles 6). According to many researchers, this aspect never made any sense since it showed that one gender was allowed to sing, and the other denied (Nettles 5).
. . . . . . . . . . . Other issues included financial issues in the sense that white poets were much more preferred to black poets. However, if there were a talented black poet, he would be hired for much less (Nettles 6). This aspect of the opera gave birth to the term “color-blind casting,” which is used as the opposite of the word “dramatic realism” (Nettles 7). This is a problem that has many people asking about the direction that opera boards are taking. In his career, Robert Herrick once had the role of Donna Anna in Mozart Don Giovanni opera production (Nettles 8).