Shakespeare's Life M.Austin reese ronk

. Works Cited

Anderson, Rober. “Shakespeare and His Theater: A Perfect Match.” Holt Literature & Language Arts: Mastering the California Standards: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, by G. Kylene Beers et al., Austin, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 2003, pp. 778-80.

"First, the part of the stage that projected into the yard grew narrower, and the small curtained inner stage grew larger, until there developed what is Model of Globe Theater. "Here there is no outer stage; there is only the inner stage, and a large curtain that separates it from the audience."

This quote means that the stage over time deformed and grew bigger. And it also talkes about how there is no outer stage and that there is only a inner stage.

This let's me know how the stage growed over time and the inner stage seperates the audience.

"The plays were performed in the afternoon (Shakespeare)".

This quote means that they didn´t have time to do plays for they evening. It also tells you that they have more energy during the afternoon.

This fits to what i know that they performed during the afternoon meaning they had a lot of time to prepare for the performances.

Richard II.

"Richard II is a five-act history play by the English dramatist William Shakespeare." "Its full title is The Life and Death of King Richard II." "It was probably written in 1595 and belongs to the second period of Shakespeare's development as a playwright." "It was first published in 1597.

The play Richard II is a five-act play written by William Shakespeare. And the play was truly known as The Life and Death of King Richard II.

What we know of this play is that Shakespeare wants to share the story of Richard II.

"Richard II is one of a series of plays Shakespeare wrote that deal with English history." "One of its scenes, left out of its first versions but included later, contains a controversial discussion about the deposing of a monarch." "The day before the Earl of Essex led a revolt against Queen Elizabeth I in 1601, his supporters paid for a performance of a play about Richard II, and many scholars believe that the play in question was Shakespeare's."

Shakespeare wrote the play about Richard II and it took place before Earl of Essex. This play was also one of the first plays that shakespeare wrote that had to do with English history.

It makes since because Shakespeare needed more of a bigger audience to make more money.

Shakespeare, William.

"Shakespeare wrote at least 38 plays, two major narrative poems, a sequence of sonnets, and several short poems." "His works have been translated into a remarkable number of languages, and his plays are performed throughout the world." "His plays have been a vital part of the theater in the Western world since they were written about 400 years ago."

Shakespeare wrote 38 plays, two major narrative poems, a sequence of sonnets, and several short poems. His plays have been a serious impact for the theater in the Western world ever since they wrote it about 400 years ago.

This shows that Shakespeare did not take poems as a joke and he was a really hard worker.

"Shakespeare’s plays have attracted large audiences in big, sophisticated cities and in small, rural towns." "His works have been performed on the frontiers of Australia and New Zealand." "They were part of the cultural life of the American Colonies and provided entertainment in the mining camps of the Old West."

It talks about the plays and how it attracted large audiences in very smart cities. Shakespeare also done his work on the frontiers of Australia and New Zealand.

It shows my understanding that Shakespeare is purposely trying to attract big crowds by traveling the world.

Shakespeare's Globe theater
This is Shakespeare in his late life.
This is Shakespeare in his young life.
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Matthew Reese Ronk


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