Ppt on 7 ages by william shakespeare

The Life and Times of William Shakespeare Elena Ricci & Bobby Berrens.

had to quit school at age 14 He left Stratford at 15 or 16 to work as a servant. William Shakespeare did not attend college Fig. 2 Stratford-upon-Avon Fig. 3 Shakespeare’s Plays Romeo & Juliet Midsummer Night’s Dream Macbeth Hamlet Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Review Romeo and Juliet was a very well written play by William Shakespeare. It had tragedy, romance/


Elizabethan England What life was like in Shakespeare’s day.

to fill England’s treasuries and accumulate personal power by stringing along the crown princes of Europe! Elizabethan England: The bubonic plague brought an end to Glorianna’s (Elizabeth’s) golden age. The disease, transmitted through fleas and a lack of hygiene, killed one third of Europe’s population between 1500 and 1600! William Shakespeare The Background of Literature’s Most Widely Known Author/


Unit 4 Text I A Man from Stratford – William Shakespeare Text II William Shakespeare.

him a lot of sadness? So far we do not know. There have even been foolish attempts to prove that William Shakespeares plays were in fact written by someone else.ever since Text I 7 When one remembers that he lived in an age when printing was still very expensive and that it was rare for anything written to be thrown away, it seems astonishing/


Shakespeare Created by: Alyssa Bobber “Conversation should be pleasant without scurrility, witty Without affection, free without indecency, learned Without.

Their sixth child, but fourth to survive was Anne in 1571. However she died at the age of 8. After Anne they had yet another child, a 7 th child, Richard. He was baptized March 11, 1574 Nothing else is known about him except/ age 27. William --^ As he may have looked at age 14 “And since you know you cannot see yourself, So well as by reflection, I, yourself, That of yourself which you yet know not of.” - William Shakespeare. William Shakespeares’s Signature…from his will Fast Facts About Will Young William /


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(Hamnet) The seven ages of man [graphic]. Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet) [London, England] : Publisher (Hamnet) Published by William Cole, 10 Newgate Street Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet) [early to mid-19th century?] Physical Description (Hamnet) 1 print : colored etching ; image 8 3/4 x 15 in. Subject (Hamnet) Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. As you like it. Act II. Scene 7, depicted. Subject (Hamnet/


Life in the Elizabethan Theater

birth. Before coming to London, Shakespeare married an older woman who was already pregnant. William Shakespeare attended Oxford University where he spent years perfecting his writing. 4. Shakespeare wrote over 150 sonnets and 38 plays. 5. When Romeo and Juliet was first performed in 1595, Juliet was played by a young boy. 6. Shakespeare’s plays came straight from his imagination. 7. Shakespeare’s theater, The Globe, burned/


Exploring England’s Literary Heritage Skip intro.

the age of thirty. Charlotte outlived all her siblings, and entered a happy marriage in 1854, but died one year later, at age thirty/William Shakespeare was born. Shakespeare’s father, John Shakespeare, was a glove maker and wool dealer, and the house would have been considered substantial by sixteenth century standards, as it was designed to allow the elder Shakespeare/Poetry Sub-Menu William Wordsworth Main Menu Poetry Sub-Menu Quit The second of five children, William Wordsworth was born on April 7, 1770. /


William Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Era

Shakespeare attended school?  It is surmised by scholars that Shakespeare attended the free grammar school in Stratford.     b.  Did Shakespeare have a university education? What is certain is that William Shakespeare / clear male heirs. If there are several girls, they will be co-heiresses. 7. Masters & Servants: c) What is a valet? Valet is "a man-servant/The plague was a terrible disease that spread throughout Europe in the middle ages.  Within five years (between 1347-1352) it had killed 25 million /


William Shakespeare, the most celebrated poet in the English language, left behind nearly a million words of text, but his biography has long been a.

10 years ~ each time the death toll reached 40, all public gatherings were banned within 7 miles of London.  Even though there were many deaths, the influx of merchants and/ After SP’s troupe performed for her, Queen E died on March 24 at age 69.  She was succeeded by King James (son of Mary, Queen of Scots)  In Scotland, he was/of his acting company, family and friends.  “When we reflect upon the works of William Shakespeare it is of course an amazement to consider that one man could have produced such a/


William Shakespeare He was not of an age, but for all time! -Ben Jonson.

William Shakespeare He was not of an age, but for all time/ & Judith (1585) Children: Susanna (1583), twins Hamnet & Judith (1585) Moved to London by 1592 Moved to London by 1592 Long affiliated with Lord Chamberlain’s Men Long affiliated with Lord Chamberlain’s Men Company began performing/. August 7, 1606-- The boy actor playing Lady Macbeth died back stage on opening night. Shakespeare had to fill- in. August 7, 1606-- The boy actor playing Lady Macbeth died back stage on opening night. Shakespeare had to/


A Brief Introduction to British Literature 山东大学外国语学院 申富英 2015-7-171.

that in the works of Chaucer. His sonnet Amoretti is one of the most famous sonnet sequences of the Elizabethan Age. In his masterpiece The Faerie Queene, Spenser devised a verse form called the Spenserian Stanza, which consists of eight /esp. envy. A tragedy caused by hypocrisy and selfishness. The issue of racial prejudice against the black. 2015-7-1723 II. The Renaissance (13) William Shakespeare (6) King Lear: A tragedy caused by splitting national unity. A tragedy caused by Lear’s impulse. A tragedy /


WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. The exact date of Shakespeare’s birth is unknown. Father: John Shakespeare – a craftsman (grain / gloves) working his way up Stratford’s.

Shakespeare attended the local ‘petty school’. It is here that he learnt to read and write English and complete simple mathematical problems. At 7 years old he went to the grammar school – ‘King’s New School’. Shakespeare/ Shakespeare was married at age 18. By law, he was still a ‘minor’ and had to seek permission from his father. His bride, Anne Hathaway aged 26/s The Theatre. William Shakespeare became their chief playwright with most of his plays being staged there in the 1590s. Shakespeare wrote two plays/


William Shakespeare Dana Yousif Mrs.Timm 12F January 20, 2014.

are no specific records relating to the education of William Shakespeare or his attendance at school. William Shakespeare would have attended King Edward VI Grammar School in Stratford-upon-Avon from the age of 7 in 1571 and left school and formal education when / wedding by the Hathaway family; Anne pregnancy. Later Life Retired in 1611 Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616 at the age of 51. He remained married to Anne until his death and was survived by his two daughters, Susannah and Judith. Shakespeare is/


WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. The Renaissance Shakespeare’s plays were written during the time known as “The Renaissance” Shakespeare’s plays.

Shakespeare, who had 7 other children! His father was John Shakespeare, who had 7 other children! William married a woman nearly twice his age. Anne Hathaway was 26 years old when William married her at age 18. William married a woman nearly twice his age. Anne Hathaway was 26 years old when William married her at age 18. Shakespeare/ interacted with the actors, cheering and booing, etc. The Globe Theater Quotes Made Famous by Shakespeare "Can one desire too much of a good thing?". "Can one desire too much /


WILLIAM W. Shakespeare is the greatest poet, a writer, a famous dramatist.

of his own age. Place of Shakespeare’s birth On April 23,1564 a son, William, was born to John and Mary Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, a small country town. Shakespeare was the eldest/I sometime hold my tongue, Because I would not dull you with my song. Сонет 7 Розовеет рассвет долгожданный, Поднимая голову с ложа, Мир встречает его благодатный, Благодарен за все /thou get a son. So is it not with me as with that Muse Stirrd by a painted beauty to his verse, Who heaven itself for ornament doth use And /


Elizabethan England What was life like in Shakespeare’s Day?

treasuries and accumulate personal power by stringing along the crown princes of Europe. What a player! “A plague on both your houses!” The bubonic plague brought an end to Elizabeth’s golden age. The disease, transmitted through fleas and a lack of hygiene, killed one third of Europe’s population between 1500 and 1600! William Shakespeare “Will the real Will Shakespeare please stand up?” There/


Introduction to Shakespeare and Julius Caesar Created by Mrs. Helmcamp & Ms. Brauneis.

William Shakespeare Shakespeare: The Lost Years After Shakespeare’s twins were born, he left Stratford. This began what is known as Shakespeare’s “Lost Years” (1585- 1592; there is not much documented about him during this time period). There is speculation that William might have offended Sir Richard Lucy by/ places of gambling, thieving, and brawling. Elizabethan England con’t School Boys went to school from age 7 to about 15 where they learned math, Latin, and Greek. Girls were usually educated at home /


Lecture Four British Literature. Timeline British literature can be roughly divided into 7 periods. 1. Early and Medieval Literature 2. Literature of.

, that is read most often. 2015-12-1323 II. The Renaissance (7) Based on the miracle play, the morality play, the interlude and the classical drama, drama flourished in this age more than any other form of literature. Christopher Marlowe (1564 ~ 1595)/ national disaster which will be brought about by his personal revenge and his sense of responsibility to put the interests of his nation and his people before his own. 2015-12-1329 II. The Renaissance (12) William Shakespeare (5) Macbeth: A tragedy of human/


Shakespeare 101. The Elizabethan Stage Basic Information Theater Basic Information Theater Physical Aspects of Globe Physical Aspects of Globe The Sets.

lowered from heavens by cranes actors lowered from heavens by cranes sound effects /7 years after his death His plays were published 7 years after his death 1623 First Folio published – “true original copies” of all of his plays 1623 First Folio published – “true original copies” of all of his plays William Shakespeare/ages, and levels. He appeals to all kinds of people in all times, nations, ages, and levels. He is serious, funny, angry, ironical… He is serious, funny, angry, ironical… William Shakespeare/


William Shakespeare An assembly to celebrate his birthday on 23 rd April 1564.

later. At age 2x9 William fell in love He married Anne Hathaway – they had 3 children … and they all lived together with Williams parents. What do you think it would be like? CROWDED !!! William became an actor/his head turned into a donkey’s head by a fairy helper. And then magic makes the queen fall in love with him! Back to Stratford William Shakespeare went back to live in his house / perform in Macbeth? 7. What was Nick’s surname in Midsummer Nights Dream? 8. How many plays did William Shakespeare write?


William Shakespeare’s Macbeth About Shakespeare Though William Shakespeare is known throughout the world as one of the most famous playwrights in history,

A: Baby Momma Family Man Barely 7 months later, in May 1583 they had his first daughter: Susanna. William would have 2 other children, Judith and Hamnet (twins) in 1585. Hamnet, William’s only son, died in 1596 at the age of 11. Family Man? After the/ and of a very readie and pleasant smooth witt” This was written 64 years after his death by a man who was born 10 years after that Shakespeare’s. William Shakespeare - Man of Mystery The best spelling of his name is not certain He spelled his name differently/


By Dana Levin. Family Background Education The Lost Years His Works His Legacy Questions for discussion.

William Shakespeare around April 23, 1564 Third child of John and Mary Shakespeare 7 brothers and sisters Two older sisters, Joan and Margaret, died as infants of the Bubonic Plague William’s mother was from a wealthy family His father was vendor of farm produce They earned a comfortable living William attended a “Petty School” from ages 5 to 7. He attended King Edward IV Grammar School from ages 7/Cruel to be kind (Hamlet) Shakespeare created new words and usages for words by changing their parts of speech /


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1904 and 1916?] Physical Description (Hamnet) 1 photograph ; 4 7/8 x 3 1/4 in. Subject (Hamnet) Portraits -- Female -- 20th century. Subject (Hamnet) Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Taming of the shrew, depicted. Subject (Hamnet/ consult Curator for assistance. Notes (Hamnet) Date range based on approximate age of sitter in photographs. Call Number (Hamnet) ART File M349.5 /Image Title Actor as Petruchio from Taming of the Shrew as arranged by Augustin Daly, 1887 Source Title Taming of the Shrew Theatre Book/


William Shakespeare An Introduction to Understanding “The Bard”

fire retardant materials, etc. – Go to see plays today! The (new) Globe Final Days William Shakespeare died on April 26, 1616 at the age of 52 (396 years ago today!) Exact cause of death unknown Believed to have been celebrating/ the marriage of daughter, Judith Contracted a fever Death imminent? – Changed his will in March of same year Publication The First Folio – Published 7 years after his death (posthumous) By/


His Life, Times, and Language

, a literature professor at the University of London proved that this play was co-written by Thomas Kyd and William Shakespeare by using anti-plagiarism software. http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/20091020/us_time/08599193097100 It was thought that perhaps the/throne, Lady Jane Grey (granddaughter to Henry’s sister) is executed. Elizabeth’s reign, remarkably, would be irenic. The Elizabethan Age is the time that she ruled,1558-1603. Elizabeth was known as “The Virgin Queen,” although she did have many admirers./


An Introduction to Understanding “The Bard”

materials, etc. Go to see plays today! The (new) Globe The (new) Globe Final Days William Shakespeare died on April 26, 1616 at the age of 52 (398 years ago today!) Exact cause of death unknown Believed to have been celebrating the /7 years after his death (posthumous) By two members from his former company First collection published Printer folded each sheet only once (folio) Folio was a larger and more prestigious book (usually reserved for works such as the Bible) Contained 36 plays “He was not of an age/


William Shakespeare By: Kristina Collins Period:3/4 Ms. Marshall 2009- 2010 HSS 7.8.

William Shakespeare By: Kristina Collins Period:3/4 Ms. Marshall 2009- 2010 HSS 7.8 William Shakespeare Born on April 23, 1616 His father was John Shakespeare His mother was Mary Arden William Shakespeare is born on Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, England Works of arts Plays Romeo & Juliet Macbeth Hamlet William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and 154 sonnets in his 52 years on earth. William never published any of his original manuscripts/


Stages.

By William Shakespeare The Seven Ages. By William Shakespeare About The Poet William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, on April 23, 1564 and died in 1616. He is considered by many to be the greatest dramatist of all time. He wrote a book 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems and about three dozen plays. Shakespeare/woeful: very sad 5.oaths: solemn promises 6.pard: leopard (a symbol of fierceness in Shakespeare’s time) 7.cannon: a big gun that fired cannon-balls made of iron 8.justice: judge 9./


Shakespeare.

received formal education until the age of sixteen. Their son, William, was enrolled in the local grammar school where he studied Latin, rhetoric, Greek and Roman mythology, history, and the Bible. 4. In 1565, John Shakespeare became Alderman of Stratford, and by 1571, he held the coveted/honors he has heaped on their house; however, there seems to be a double meaning to what she says Act 1 - scene 7 24. In his soliloquy in lines 1 – 28, what reasons does Macbeth give for not wanting to kill Duncan? He fears/


Shakespeare Research Project By : Matilde,Greta,Valentina 8A.

the loss of his only son, Hamnet who died in 1596 at the age of 11. In London in 1599, he became one of the partners in the new Globe Theater William Shakespeares plays were mostly histories written in the early 1590s. Shakespeare also wrote several comedies during his early period William Shakespeare died on his birthday, April 23, 1616. 3 Facts about Julius Caesar Born/


Pictures, facts, and quotes. By: Grace W. William Shakespeare.

. Engraved by Benjamin Smith. Statue William Shakespeare statue in Weimar, Germany. Shakespeare is know and loved all around the world. Statue This is a statue of William Shakespeare that stands in Central Park, in New York City. Other statues of Shakespeare can be found in Britain, Australia, and Canada. Legos! William Shakespeare is famous, even in legoland, San Francisco! Seven of Shakespeare’s most famous quotes (from his plays) #7 “All/


Shakespeare 1o1 A brief survey of the life and career of William Shakespeare, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English Language.

“Venus and Adronus” “The Rape of Lucrece” His Death Tradition has it that William Shakespeare died on his birthday, April 23, 1616 at age ____, but many scholars believe this to by a myth. In his will, he left the bulk of his possessions to his /Wilkes Booth, his assassin, was a famous Shakespearian actor. Ironic? 6. All of Uranus’ satellites are named after Shakespearian characters. 7. Shakespeare wore a gold earring- or so we think- as depicted in one of the most famous portraits of him called the Chandos/


Steblevskiy Oleg.  William was an English poet, playwright and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the worlds.

around 1613 at age 49, where he died three years later. Few records of Shakespeares private life survive,/by new movements in scholarship and performance. His plays remain highly popular today and are constantly studied, performed, and reinterpreted in diverse cultural and political contexts throughout the world Shakespeare.  William Shakespeare was the son of John Shakespeare/Shakespeare, etc.. In a document dated 7 June 1609 in a lawsuit he brought in Stratford against John Addenbrooke, Shakespeare /


«E NGLISH – VII» A CHIEVEMENT TEST T HE 7 TH FORM VARIANT S №1-2 ( TEXTS № 1-2) B ENKO E. I. S OPOVA T. V. G YMANAZIUM 2 V LADIVOSTOK, 2014.

in the evening. True/False/No information 7 Alice doesn’t have much free time. /every year by thousands of tourists. Inside are the living room, the kitchen, the room where William Shakespeare was /born. Here you can see some furniture of the 16th century, a collection of books and other things. In the garden grow trees, plants and flowers which are mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays and poems. L ISTENING COMPREHENSION : «A LICE AND J ANE » Alice: Hi, Jane. I havent seen you, for ages/


William Shakespeare. Who was he? William was a poet and playwright from England, He was born April 23 rd of 1564 and died on April 23 rd 1616. widely.

and Judith. Hamnet died at the age of 11 and the first 7 years after the twins birth there are no records of William. Early Jobs It is assumed he worked for a few years as a assistant schoolmaster in Lancashire. After that there are records of Shakespeare working for finer theatres in London as a horse attendant. By 1592 there are records of him/


WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 1564 - 1616 ” The stream of time, which is continually washing the dissoluble fabrics of other poets, passes without injury by the.

age of 18 William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway  Anne was 26, he was 18  They had 3 children  The youngest, Hamnet died at the age of 11 William Shakespeare  This is a place where the house in which Shakespeare died used to be.  In 1616 Shakespeare/most difficult in world literature.  This role was played by the best actors of all times and peoples. John /in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time…” 7. “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears”. 1. «О музыка, /


William Shakespeare April 23 th, 1564 - April 23 rd, 1616.

Arden Infant Daughter William Shakespeare Other Younger Siblings (Details Unknown) The Beginning Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire Thriving market center Influenced setting for many of his plays Childhood Survives Bubonic Plague after 2 sisters before him die By age 4, the threat/some poaching School Received Free Education at the King’s School Dad is an alderman = free Starts at age 6 or 7, ends at age 15 Learns Reading, Writing, and Basic Arithmetic Attended Church Daily (as part of school) Learned Latin /


Introduction to William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare Born 1564, died 1616 Born 1564, died 1616 Wrote 37 plays Wrote 37 plays Wrote over 150 sonnets.

to William Shakespeare William Shakespeare Born/ By 1594 six of his plays were written and produced. By 1594 six of his plays were written and produced. His Death 1612 at age 48, Shakespeare returned to Stratford, in partial retirement. 1612 at age 48, Shakespeare returned/Shakespeare died at the age of 52 after having written ____ plays 1616 Shakespeare died at the age of 52 after having written ____ plays 1623 Completed works were published 7 years after his death. 1623 Completed works were published 7/


英国文学选读 主讲教师:林春阳 主讲教师:林春阳. 本节课讲授重点: The Renaissance The Renaissance Poets: Poets: 1. William Shakespeare 2. France Bacon.

of Wakefield ” ( 威克菲尔德的别针人 ) William Shakespeare( 威廉 · 莎士比亚 ) (1564 — 1616) Brief Account /Shakespeare was held by such giants of world literature as for Milton ( 弥尔顿 ), Goethe ( 歌德 ), Stendhal ( 斯丹达尔 ), and Pushkin( 普希金 ). Ⅰ. Brief Account of Author ’ s Life ☺ He was born on the 23nd of April, 1564, in the Stratford-on- Avon ( 在埃文河畔斯特拉特福 ), Warwickshire ( 沃威克 ). His father, John Shakespeare, the son of the small farmer, settled in Stratford and entered into trade. ☺ At the age of 7 Shakespeare/


Monday, September 13 th 2010 Chapter 7: Crisis and Absolutism in Europe Section 1: Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion Please Complete the Reading Check.

spread of Protestantism. French Protestants who were influenced by John Calvin were called Huguenots. The Huguenots made up only about 7% of the total French population, but 40% and/ eighteenth century to support what? What was Hobbes arguments used for? Who was William Shakespeare? Mannerism A new movement called mannerism emerged in Italy in 1520s and 1530s./ Lorenzo Bernini. He completed Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome. A Golden Age of Literature The period in England from the late sixteenth to the early /


Introducing William Shakespeare. The Man, The Myth, and The Legend Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England in 1564 Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England in.

His life William went to a very good grammar school. William went to a very good grammar school. In 1582, at age 18, he married Anne Hathaway, who was 7 or 8 years older than him. In 1582, at age 18, he married Anne Hathaway, who was 7 or 8 /1585. Yet his only son Hamnet died at age 11. Yet his only son Hamnet died at age 11. Career By 1592 Shakespeare was known as an actor and playwright, at age 28. By 1592 Shakespeare was known as an actor and playwright, at age 28. Between 1592 and 1594 most theaters /


WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S Twelfth Night; or What You Will.

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616) Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1564. Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1564. Lived during the Renaissance, a blossoming of learning after the dark ages. Lived during the Renaissance, a blossoming of learning after the dark ages/ (v.) 5. Fancies (v.) 6. Dowry (n.) 6. Dowry (n.) 7. Whet (v.) 7. Whet (v.) 8. Martial (adj.) 8. Martial (adj.) 9. Relics (/S. History by ________. B. (Thesis) _______lived during ___________ and impacted U.S. History by ________. II./


{ Shakespeare Research Project Time to Get to Know Another Amazing Author from... A Long Time Ago in a Country Far Away...

Citizenship A key form of social responsibility in today’s day and age. “Digital citizenship is a term that describes how a person SHOULD/conduct or procedure. 6.Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions and deeds. 7.Digital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world/... William Shakespeare. Purpose: – To display digital citizenship by researching/educating your self through reliable and trustworthy websites. – To respect the authors of such websites by citing/


The Life of William Shakespeare BY: Anna Conine Mrs. Todds Class First Block.

7 years old, when he then started going to King Edward VI Grammar School also known as The King’s School until he finished early at the age of 14. He married Anne Hathaway at the age of 18, He had three children: Susanna Hall, Hamnet Shakespeare, and Judith Quiney. SHAKESPEARE’S INFLUENCE AND HIS RELAVECE TO THE WEDNESDAY WARS William Shakespeares/All of these words were created by William Shakespeare Fashionable Gossip Swagger Puking Laughable Eyeball Champion William Shakespeare invented many of the words /


William Shakespeare Born in Stratford-upon-Avon Married Anne Hathaway, age 26,when he was 18 Had three children: a daughter, Susanna, and twins, Hamnet.

rug & Cleopatra tumbled out, he was captivated by her beauty and charm. Despite a more than 30 year age difference, Caesar & Cleopatra became lovers & bore a child, Caesarion (or “Little Caesar”). He was murdered by his own people Caesar’s assassins were his /Line 6: Who would like to see ___________ (things for the future) Line 7: Resident of ____________ (city, state, or country) Line 8: Last name of character Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Act I Act I Scene i Questions 1.In Scene I, what do Flavius/


In Search of William Shakespeare and The Early Years: 1.Diction: What words does the author choose in chapters one and two? Choose five specific examples:

William Shakespeare and The Early Years: 4. What does Bryson mean, and refer to, when he says: “That wasn’t quite true then and it is even less true now, but it is not all that far from the truth either” (7). 5. What are the three possibilities that Shakespeare/a golden age” (117). 3.Why “for Shakespeare” was there “a particular dimension to /Shakespeare”? (120) 5. How did Shakespeare become involved in “an attempt to overthrow the Queen”? (128) 6. What is odd about the Queen by the winter of 1603? 7/


Comedy after Shakespeare Does not take up S.s "romance", but follows Ben Jonsons model which is, in his own words: In the early comedies, folly and vice.

are easily outdone 697By Spirits reprobate, and in an hour 698What in an age they, with incessant toil 699And hands innumerable, scarce perform. 700 Nigh on/ established authority is inscribed in Miltons epic. John Milton, Paradise Lost (1667) – 7 At any rate: new Puritan myth – morality of individual responsibility to Creator, which /of a tabby cat by turns, I can. (pp. 288 ff.) William Congreve, Love for Love – 4 Restoration-comedy heroines resemble the heroines in Shakespeares festive comedies: intelligent/


What everyone should know about Shakespeare

1625. William Shakespeare’s Life He was born April 23rd, 1564 in Stratford-on-Avon (94 miles from London). His father was a glove maker, shop keeper and land owner. He also had 7 brothers and sisters. He probably attended free grammar school until the age of 15/too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimmd; And every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance or natures changing course untrimmd; But thy eternal summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest; /


By: William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare Baptized April 26, 1564 (thought to be born on the 23 rd ) Baptized April 26, 1564 (thought.

By: William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare Baptized April 26, 1564 (thought to be born on the 23 rd ) Baptized April 26, 1564 (thought to be born on the 23 rd ) Born in Stratford- upon-Avon (England) Born in Stratford- upon-Avon (England) Did not attend college Did not attend college At age 18 married Anne Hathaway (on November 27, 1582) At age/The Globe Theatre was built. Shakespeare was one of 7 owners. 1599 - The Globe Theatre was built. Shakespeare was one of 7 owners. 1613 - The Globe /


Shakespeare Sonnet 73 Romeo and Juliet. Outline William Shakespeare Sonnet English sonnet  sonnet 73 Italian sonnet  Ozymandias How to read sonnet Analyze.

edition of Shakespeare’s plays. Today , some of the comedies are usually considered as a separate subgenre , the romances or tragicomedies. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare  Comedy / such day----------(c) As after sunset fadeth in the west,------------------(d) Which by and by black night doth take away,----(c) Deaths second self, that seals up all/ love and linking it to a tragic fate. Conclusion Stereotype Author’s age: -sonnet 73: 1609 (45, 7 years before death) -R & J: mid-1590s (20~30) /


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