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Transcript of Shakespeare
By Shane Burr
and Dylan Lomeli
was born to John Shakespeare and Mary Arden on April 23, 1564 he was originally middle class.
About William continuation
He married at 18 to Anne Hathaway 26, and he had three children named Susanna then , Hamnet and Judith were born 1585
In 1569 William Shakespeare entered kings new school most boys entered at age five. (no other documents survived)
Shakespeare lived with his family until his first son Hamnet died then he went back to Stratford Upon Avon
Shakespeare became famous when he died. What made him famous was how his works showed what he wanted them to show .
Greene attacked Shakespeare by calling him an upstart crow and telling him that he didn’t belong at Greenes university.These troubles affected his work because he wanted to show them that he could do it.
Shakespeare died on his 52nd birthday alone.That Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616, at Stratford upon Avon.Shakespeare saw the death of elizabeth and of king james. Plague (black death plague) also happened during this time. The ruler was Queen elizabeth the 1st she was the type of ruler that did what she had to.
The rising class was the middle class.he globe theatre was built in 1599 and went down in flames in 1613
Shakespeare publishes "Venus and Adonis," his first long published poem. It is dedicated to his patron Henry Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton. The theatre was important because it was where Shakespeare plays were performed there.