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Writing Style Of William Shakespeare

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Jessica Winder

on 11 May 2015

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Transcript of Writing Style Of William Shakespeare

Write what you know about Shakespeare.
Bell ringer
Shakespeare's Writing Style
Shakespeare's style first started as a traditional style, when he first started writing his plays. He first started out as a comedic writer, until he found a love of morbid and dark things.

Then he transitioned to an
Iambic pentameter style.
This style consisted of lines such as "When
I
do
count
the
clock
that
tells
time"

Finally toward the end of his life and career, he created a "self-style" seen in his
sonnets

Shakespeare's sonnets are world renowned. Some of his most famous pieces are
"Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?" and "When to the sessions of sweet silent thought".

Shakespeare's sonnet writing started in 1592-1598. This happened when the writer had a creative block and used the sonnets as a way to calm his mind.
Vocabulary Words
1.Iambic Pentameter.
2.Sonnet

You can write a definition or a sentence. If you choose to write a definition, look up the words.
Writing Style Of William Shakespeare
Shakespeare's famous works
Shakespeare's inspiration
Answer 1 and 2 with a yes or no answer. And for 3 answer in a complete sentence.
Shakespeare's Sonnets
Shakespeare's writing's
Shakespeare's writings are
Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, A midsummer's Night Dream, Julius Caesar, and Macbeth.

These writings are the most famous ones Shakespeare has ever written, these have been acted out numerous times over numerous years.
Shakespeare's inspirations were his favorite authors.
Geoffrey Chaucer (1340-1400), and Plutarch (46-120 AD). "
The son of Aristobulus" was one of Shakespeare's most favorite pieces of literature.

These pieces are what inspired him to be a writer, as a young child Shakespeare has loved writing.


The famous works of Skakespeare are
Antony and Cleopatra (1607-1608) Julius Caesar (1599-1600)Coriolanus (1607-1608) Hamlet (1600-1601)

Did Shakespeare always write tragedies?

Did Shakespeare only write plays?

What was the inspiration for his plays?
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