Shakespeare had a very interesting life, he impact the way English was today.
The Elizibithean Age) Qoute #1 "During most of Shakespeare's lifetime, England was ruled by Queen Elizabeth I. Her reign is often called the Elizabethan Age. Shakespeare's works reflect the cultural, social, and political conditions of the Elizabethan Age. Knowledge of these conditions can provide greater understanding of Shakespeare's plays and poems"(Anderson) Commentary: Shakespeare's work reflected the art, culture, and political life of this time, in the Elizabethan age. Commentary: Reign of Queen Elizabeth that was the time of Elizabethan age.
Shakespeare middle age) Quote #2 "Shakespeare wrote at least 38 plays, two major narrative poems, a sequence of sonnets, and several short poems" (Lander). Commentary: Shakespeare had 2 major narratives in his poems. He wrote 38 plays of his own. Commentary: Shakespeare wrote these plays in his middle life.
What the theatre looks like) Qoute #3 "Globe Theatre was an early open-air English theater in London. Most of the great English playwright William Shakespeare's plays were first presented at the Globe"(Seidal) Commentary: The Globe Theatre was a open space like a football stadium. William Shakespeare plays were first presented here. Commentary: Shakespeare's plays were first presented in the Globe Theatre
What was done on the theater) Qoute #4 "ITS STAGE OCCUPIED THE OPEN-AIR SPACE, WITH A PIT IN FRONT FOR STANDING VIEWERS. THE STAGE WAS SURROUNDED BY SEVERAL LEVELS OF SEATING" Commentary: There's a open stage with air. Has a pit in the front for the viewers. Commentary: The stage is surrounded and has a pit in front for the viewers.
How he writes his poems) Qoute #5 "Shakespeare used language of startling originality to portray many-sided characters and tell fascinating stories. Critics and readers celebrate him as a great student of human nature. A remarkable group of vivid characters populate his plays. They include rogues and aristocrats, housewives and stuffy teachers, soldiers and generals, shepherds and philosophers"(Anderson) Commentary: The type of language he used was to portray many sided characters. A lot of remarkable vivid characters populate his plays. Commentary: In his plays they used aristocrats, housewives and stuffy teachers, soldiers and generals, shepherds and philosophers.
His early career) Qoute #6 "By 1592, Shakespeare apparently attracted the hostile attention of a jealous rival. Robert Greene was a university-trained writer who was among the first to attempt to make a career of writing for the stage and the commercial press" Commentary: He attracted a rival in early 1592. Name was Robert Greene and was a university trained writer and first attempt to make a career from writing on stage. Commentary: Attracted a rival in 1592.
Alls well that ends well) Qoute #7 "All's Well That Ends Well is counted among Shakespeare's comedies, but it has little gaiety and its humor is dark and bitter. Critics have classed it with Measure for Measures one of Shakespeare's "problem plays" because it does not seem to fit neatly into any recognized dramatic category" Commentary: This play was kinda a comedy and had humor but dark and bitter. The play hasn't fit into a dramatic category. Commentary: So have they found out what dramatic category it is in?
One of the plays) Qoute #8 "All's Well That Ends Well is a five-act play by the English dramatist William Shakespeare. Commentary:A play called is "All's well that Ends Well" was a 5 act play. Staged around 1603-1604 and published in 1623. Commentary: This play was first on stage in the 1603-1604 and published in 1623. Where did he have this play at.
The plays in Theatre) Qoute #9 "Shakespeare used language of startling originality to portray many-sided characters and tell fascinating stories. Critics and readers celebrate him as a great student of human nature. A remarkable group of vivid characters populate his plays" Commentary: He used language and portrayed many sided characters. The critics and reader great student of human nature. Commentary: What kind of language did he use to portray many sided characters
Shakespeare's life) Qoute #10 "During Shakespeare’s time, the English cared little about keeping biographical information unrelated to affairs of the church or state. In addition, play writing was not a highly regarded occupation, and so people saw little point in recording the lives of mere dramatists" Commentary: Shakespeare didn't really care about biographical information. They kept it out because of affairs with the church or state. Commentary: Why was play writing not that important and saw little point in recording the lives of mere dramatists.
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Anderson, Robert. “William Shakespheare’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.
“Seidel, Michael. ‘Globe Theatre.’ World Book Advanced. World Book, 2016. Web. 10 Dec. 2016.” Globe Theatre. Seidel, Michael. “Globe Theatre.” World Book Advanced. World Book, 2016. Web. 10 Dec. 2016.
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