Shakespeare Averi david p:6

¨His plays continue to be performed, studied, and appropriated worldwide, and he is credited with introducing 300 words and dozens of well-known phrases into the English language¨(Ravilious).

Shakespeare has made so many poems and plays that he has changed the view of english by changing the meaning of worlds and changing them into to something new that changed everyone's thoughts.

"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. Through the years, most serious actors and actresses have considered the major roles of Shakespeare to be the supreme test of their art"(Lander)

Shakespeare influenced the modern language so much that he shaped many people and countries by his love of play making.

"His works have helped shape the literature of all English-speaking countries. His work has also had an important effect on the literary cultures of such countries as Germany and Russia"(Lander)

Shakespeare changed the way people people thought and looked and his work. He made people think different by introducing them to what he loved.

"Shakespeare has so saturated modern culture that many people who have never read a line of his work or seen one of his plays performed can identify lines and passages as his"(Lander).

Shakespeare has influenced so many people that they know who he is and what he did to impact and change the words view on modern english, then.

"Shakespeare has affected other aspects of our culture. His plays and poems have long been a required part of a liberal education. Generations of people have absorbed his ideas concerning heroism, romantic love, loyalty, and the nature of tragedy as well as his portraits of particular historical characters"(Lander).

Shakespeare's work has become every equational to kids on the way he wrote and felt about there time period. He definitely impacted their education.

“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”(lander)

Shakespeare's work didn't just stay in there little town in london, it traveled all over the country introducing people to new things and fun cultural events.

“Shakespeare's characters, language, and stories are a source of inspiration, quotation, and imitation. Many words and phrases that first appeared in his plays and poems have become part of our everyday speech”(lander)

Shakespeare used many things in his poems that made him famous but he mostly introduced many new phrases and words that surprised and changed people's way of thinking.

“Thousands of scholars from all over the world gather in dozens of meetings annually to discuss topics related to Shakespeare. Special libraries and library collections focus upon Shakespeare”(lander)

People were slowly learning the art of what shakespeare could really do and he amazed them by what he thought and felt about the modern english.

“he wrote an average of almost two plays a year for his company. During much of this period, Shakespeare ranked as London’s most popular playwright, based on the number of times his plays were performed and published”(lander)

Shakespeare work for many people before he became famus. Those people shaped him into the man he was. Without that we wouldn't of ever shared his thoughts and feelings.

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