The home of William Shakespeare in Warwickshire England
evidence: He lived in this home accompanied by his Wife Anne.
People all around the world are influenced and inspired by the work and career of William Shakespeare
evidence: People worldwide dedicate plays, art, etc. to his name.
joy was brought to the eyes of others through Williams work of arts
evidence: To this modern day in time, he is still talked about highly and loved everywhere.
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. Today, there are theaters in many nations dedicated to staging Shakespeare’s works (Anderson).
His plays are extremely well known and loved by a variety of people worldwide.Dedications for his work are everywhere.
The house where Shakespeare probably was born has been kept as a memorial. It is always open to visitors. At Shottery, 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) west of Stratford, is the thatch-roofed cottage that was the home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare's wife. The Guild Hall and grammar school are kept as they were in Shakespeare's day. Visitors also go to Wilmcote, 2 1/2 miles (4 kilometers) northwest of Stratford, to see the cottage of Mary Arden, Shakespeare's mother (Mounfield).
His home is open to many people to visit. He lived with his life Anne in this house and the schools he attended still look to same to this day.
Macbeth is a five-act tragedy by the English dramatist William Shakespeare. It was probably written in 1606 and first performed at the Globe Theatre, London, in the same year, possibly in front of King James I. The text was not published until 1623. Some critics have suggested that parts of the play are by another English dramatist, Thomas Middleton (1570?-1627) (Thomas).
In my opinion, this play reflects his talent and writings.
a five-act historical play by the English dramatist William Shakespeare. Its full title is King Henry V. It was written and performed in 1599, possibly the first Shakespeare play staged at the Globe Theater, owned by Shakespeare and his acting company, in the Southwark borough of London. A passage in the play’s prologue refers to the shape of the Globe: “Or may we cram / Within this wooden O the very casques / That did affright the air at Agincourt?” The play was first published in 1600 in a severely shortened and mangled version (Sandel).
This other play produced by Shakespeare is one of the first-staged of his works.