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Transcript of William Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliette, and Richard The Third.
All of those plays were Tragedies. He invented and changed words.He made up spelling and a lyrical language. William Shakespeare wrote one comedy, 37 plays, 154 sonnet's, and 2 long poem's Shakespeare did not attend
college because his
parents could not afford it. True!!! At age 15 he left Stratford
to become a servant in Lancaster to support his family. While he was away he met
Anne Hathaway. Who later
on became his wife and
mother of his children. They married in
late December. Shakespeare and his wife had five
kids during the mid 1500's. True or False? Anne and William conceived three kids
. One girl named Susanna in 1583.
Twins, a boy named Hamnet
and girl named Judith in 1585. False!!! Shakespeare's early plays were comedies and histories until the end of the 16Th century. Then he mainly wrote tragedies until about 1608, including Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, and Macbeth. In 1585 and 1592, he began a successful
career in London as an actor, writer,
and part owner of a company called the Lord Chamberlain's Men, also known as the King's Men. When Shakespeare died, some of the records from his private life survived, and there was considerable speculation about his physical appearance, sexuality, religious beliefs, and whether his plays were written by others.