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Shakespeare's Family and Relationships

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on 28 October 2013

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Transcript of Shakespeare's Family and Relationships

Shakespeare's Family
and Relationships

Hamnet
Shakespeare's only son
Dies at age of 11
Family devastated
Shakespeare has no son to inherit wealth
Some of Shakespeare's plays were written about him
Judith
Shakespeare was unhappy with the man, Thomas Quincy, Judith was marrying
The marriage all went wrong
Shakespeare and Judith didn't have the best relationship
Susanna
First child born on May 23, 1583
Shakespeare appreciated her
learned from Shakespeare
Inherited housing and land
Shakespeare's family influenced his writing in many ways
Although he didn't have a great relationship with some
Shakespeare's
Relationships
Anne Hathaway
Susanna
Hamnet
Judith
Anne
Hathaway
Wife of Shakespeare
8 years older
Anne got pregnant before they got married
"second best bed"
Websites
http://whatsitallaboutshakespeare.blogspot.com/2012/09/did-shakespeare-love-anne-hathaway.html

http://simplebooklet.com/publish.php?wpKey=ROYqZ0szZEZsHaW4tSj96L#wpKey=ROYqZ0szZEZsHaW4tSj96L#page=6

http://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-anne-hathaway.htm
Conclusion
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