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William Shakespeare's Autobiography
Transcript of William Shakespeare's Autobiography
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"William ShakespeareBiography." William Shakespeare Biography. N.p., 1 Nov. 2011. Web. 2 Oct. 2012. <http://www.william-shakespeare.org.uk/>. Family Education Family after marriage Why did he move to London? Real reason unknown
Richard Field Start of Career Plays
Establishment as playwright and actor
Robert Greene and Henry Chettle The bubonic plague Closing of the theaters
Earl of Southampton
Bishopgate Venus and Adonis Possible Causes Lord Chamberlain's Men
Coat of Arms Writing Style Tragedies and Tragicomedies The Globe Theater The New Place
The Globe Theater
Southwark The Passionate Pilgrims Ancestors Adam Shakespeare
Robert Arden Parents:
Joan (the second)
Edmund First play he saw
King's New School
End of Education Marriage The Lost Years I
The Lost Years II
Anne Hathaway Children Susanna
Hamnet and Judith Causes of change in writing style Southwark Tenant and Matchmaker
Real Estate Role in the Essex Rebellion Earl of Essex
Play: Richard II Sonnets
John Fletcher Further works Shakespeare's Will Included:
Susanna - eldest daughter
Judith - youngest daughter
Joan - sister
Elizabeth - granddaughter
Anne - wife Date of Death Works Cited Photos Google Images Richard Shakespeare