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Shakespeare

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Baxter Fuhrmann

on 2 March 2015

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Transcript of Shakespeare

Social Classes
Intro
Elizabethan England, a time of religious growth, a flowering of the arts, political relevance, and medical priority, led to the influence and significance of William Shakespeare, as well as several other playwrights, and their work.

Religious Influences
Black Death or Bubonic Plague
Barbers
Bloodletting
References in plays
Shakespeare died at 51
Entertainment
Conclusion
Queen was Shakespeare's patron and could
determine what Shakespeare could do

Shakespeare
Composed by:
Clay Counts
Caylee Stroder
Lauren Vallie
Baxter Fuhrmann
Bryson Stermitz
Sports
Stationary Theater
The Globe

The medicine, or lack of it, was fatal for Shakespeare. He potentially caught the plague and died of a fever, which shows that medicine effected everyone during that time.
With conflicts between the Protestants and the Christians, Shakespeare’s writing shows direct results of both beliefs.
Overall, Shakespeare’s writing is some of the most well known plays in the world.
Entertainment, such as bear baiting, allowed Shakespeare to include crude deaths that would not be accepted in today’s culture.
Social Classes
Monarch
Nobility
Gentry
Merchant
Yeomanry
Laborers
Servants
didn’t own land
had to pay more to live
Shakespeare was nobility and could own land
successful because of money saved

Catholic vs.Protestant
Queen Elizabeth
Theaters
Education
Religion in Writing
Henry V by Shakespeare
Suggests belief in Christianity
Medicine
Monarchy
Parliament and Privy Council
Shakespeare in Politics
Queen Elizabeth
Final say
- Midsummer Nights Dream
- Love's Labor's Lost
-The Merry Wives of Windsor
- King Richard III
- 6 aristocracy
- 6 commoners
-Managed money
-Closed theaters
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