Shakespeare's Life Ariana Newson p.3

Shakespeare himself

Globe theater

typewriter because he wrote poems and plays

Glove maker sign to repesent his father

(Thesis) Shakespeare lived a fulfilling life through, living his everyday life in Stratford,his career and his Fame

Shakespeare life in Stratford

(Shakespeare's life in Stratford) Stratford is just a little ways away from London. Shakespeare worked in the local government. Stratford is where own Shakespeare started his life and his career. I wonder why he quit his government job to become a play writer/actor.

(Early years) "In spite of the long hours he spent in school, Shakespeare's boyhood was probably not all born study. As a market cent, Stratford was lively town. In addition, holidays provided popular pageants and shows, including plays about the legendary outlaw Robin Hood and his merry men" Even though shakespeare spent almost all day in a school and he spent most of his time studying he was still able to enjoy the small towns events. For example, during the holidays shows like Robin Hood. Shakespeare didn't learn Science or math in school all he learned was grammar latin mostly. I wonder since women weren't allowed to participate in the plays did shakespeare participate in the plays as a young boy as well.

(Family) "Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare. She was born in Shottery, near Stratford, England the home of the poet. She married Shakespeare in 1582 when she was 26 years old and he was 18. They had 3 children, Susanna, Judith, and Hamlet." Shakespeare father was a middle class citizen who made gloves in the town of stratford. Later, Shakespeare, at the age of 18, married Anne who was 26. Even tough Shakespeare came from a glove making family he still decided to pursue his own dreams. Also, Shakespeare was very young to marry but since the 2 family's knew each other they said it was okay.

Early career in London

(career) "All's well that Ends well is a five-act play by the english dramatist william Shakespeare. It was probably first staged in1603 or 1604 and was published in 1623. Shakespeare based his play partly on a story the decagon by the Italian writer Boccaccio. Shakespeare's career changed throughout his life first he worked foe the government the he wrote plays and after he wrote poems. All's well that end well is one of the many plays he wrote and acted in. Another writer, Robert Green, was so jealous of shakespeare he had the paper write about him and mock one of the lines he wrote none of his plays. Despite what others said and wrote about him he continued to do what he loved to fulfill his dream.

(working in theater companies) "Royal Shakespeare Company is an english theater organization dedicated presenting the plays of William Shakespeare and other playwrights of his time, modern classical dramas, and new works. The company, also known as the RSC, performs at its own theater at Stratford-upon-Avon,England, Shakespeare's birthplace. the company also stages plays in London. It ranks among the leading theater ensembles in the word." After leaving his family behind in Stratford, he moved to london and began his play writing career. He joined a group of men called Lord Chamberlain's men and preformed with these men for the rest of his writing life. shakespeare only worked with one group of min his whole life which I think would get boring after a while. Except, he was doing gosmehtin he loved os he probably didn't mind.

(poems) "Whatever Shakespeare learned of rhetoric or language in grammar school he parades with relish in romeo and Juliet. He obviously having a fine time here with puns and wordplay and all the other variation he can ring on in English language." Shakespeare turned to writing poetry when acting was not providing him with enough money. Some of his first were venus as well as Adonis. apparently, Shakespeare was a very creative person. First, he was a play writer then a poet. They both use creativity in some sort of way.

His Fame

(Globe Theater) "in 1576, outside the city walls of London, an actor-mamneger named James Burbage built the first permanent theater in England. In 1599 Burgage's theater was torn down and its timber were used by Shakespeare's company to build the Globe Theater. James Burgage built the first play acting theater. Later, Shakespeare and his cast members re-built it and named it the Globe Theater because of its dome shape." Even though shakespeare had a good career and loving family he still decided to leave and pursuit his play making. As you can see, he was still very successful despite many set backs of r example, the plague and others trying to sabotage him.

(kings men) "As the names of these actin companies indicate, theatrical groups depended on the support of a wealthy patron the Kings men were supported by King James himself." The company the Kings Men used to be Lord Chamberlains men. Shakespeare remained in the same group it was just re-named. King James now ruled this company instead on Lord Chamberlain. I do not think it was fair that Shakespeare dn his cast members were "owned" by wealthy men. I think they should have been able to play for whoever they want whenever they want.

(sonnets) Thomas Thorpe published a book called s=Shakespeare's Sonnets. the volume contained more than 150 sonnets that shakespeare had written over the years. Thomas Thorpe created a book of all of shakespeare poems and plays written throughout his life time. I think Thomas throne had a very big part in todays society knowing about shakespeare and his life. There aren't many records of his life or what he did.

(Shakespeare's Plays) Romeo and Juliet was probably among the early plays that shakespeare wrote between 1594 and 1596. By 1612, when he returned to stratford to live the life if a prosperous retired Gentlemen, Shakespeare had written 37 plays including Julius cause, Hamlet and etc. shakespeare did not want to act anymore so then he retired and began write plays for other to act out. Shakespeare's plays were either adventure or tragic love stories.

In conclusion, Shakespeare lived a fulfilling life through his life in stratford, his career and his Fame.

Works Cited

“All’s Well That Ends Well.” World Book Advanced. World Book, 2016. Web. 8 Dec. 2016.

Anderson, Robert. “William Shakespeare’s Life. a Genius from Stratford.” Holt Literature & Language Arts: Mastering the California Standards: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, by G. Kylene Beers et al., Austin, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 2003, pp. 776-77.

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