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Introducing William Shakespeare

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Michael Kim

on 15 October 2014

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Introducing William Shakespeare
Etude Period

In Etude Period, His works were full of lyrics and youthfulness.

The Comey of Errors (1592)
Two Gentlemen of Verona (1594)
Romeo and Juliet (1594)
Comedy Period
In Comedy Period, His play was come to maturity
And he wrote 5 major comedies;

The Taming of the Shrew (1594)
A Midsummer Night's Dream(1595)
The Merchant of Venice (1596)
Twelfth Night (1599)
As You Like It (1599)
Tragedy Period
In Tragedy Period, he wrote 4 Tragedies

Hamlet (1600)
Macbeth (1605)
Othello (1604)
King Lear (1606)
Melodrama Period
In Melodrama Period, his plays include light and deep feelings of romance.

Cymbeline (1609)
The Winters Tale (1610)
Tempest (1611)
English Department Group
Who Is William Shakespeare?
William Shakespeare (1564.4.26~1616.4.23)
is Briton poet, and playwriter.

Shakespeare's life
can be separated into 4 periods
Etude Period
Comedy Period
Tragedy Period
...and Melodrama Period

He wrote 38 plays, 154 sonnets, 2 long narrative poems, and few other verses.
Q. Why 'Romeo And Juliet' is not a Tragedy?
A. Some people claims that 'Romeo and Juliet' is not Shakespeare's masterpiece
(compare with 4 tragedies), and that is written in 'Etude Period', not in 'Tragedy Period'.
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