History Behind Shakespeare Project Alejandra Espinosa

Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 and died that April 23, 1616 at Stratford-upon-Avon United Kingdom go to school that King's New School. also married to Anne Hathaway along with their three children.

Shakespeare is an amazing write and actor that is simpally close to the English language. Produce over 10 plays and his commonly best know for Romano and Juliet. The bread and butter of his most famous plays yet. And the form of writing he used is so complex to read it's almost reading an bible. Also study about him in the English language as a writer. That not just inspired people but to learn about the lessons in the plays and books he written in. For us human begin to understand the story and modern of the ideal it brings.

The three categories that Shakespeare wrote were comedy, target, and Tragicomedies are the three categories that he wrote in his life time to his death in 1616. Comedy is to make his audience laugh, tragic to give some drama and dark events to move the plot along, and tragicomedy is an comedia of both that give the audience laugh and be emotional in soft in parts of the plays. Shakespeare was also write poetry that have deeper, meaning to the plot of the mordem of his stories and poems. 

What I found interesting that it's take one person to do all this incredible things and be not just an writer but a poetry and actor that understands these commontily. That might inspired younger readers to read one of his fine works. And get to knowledge the writing style he used to understand the meaning of the story.

Cite work: http://www.biography.com/people/william-shakespeare-9480323#writing-style


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