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  • Shakespeare Intro Presentation

    1. 1. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE INTRODUCTION
    2. 2. BACKGROUND - LIFE AND WORK
    3. 3. BACKGROUND - LIFE AND WORK LIVED FROM 26 APRIL 1564 – 23 APRIL 1616 (FROM THE ELIZABETHAN ERA INTO THE JACOBEAN ERA)
    4. 4. BACKGROUND - LIFE AND WORK LIVED FROM 26 APRIL 1564 – 23 APRIL 1616 (FROM THE ELIZABETHAN ERA INTO THE JACOBEAN ERA) PRODUCED MOST OF HIS KNOWN WORK BETWEEN 1590 AND 1613.
    5. 5. BACKGROUND - LIFE AND WORK LIVED FROM 26 APRIL 1564 – 23 APRIL 1616 (FROM THE ELIZABETHAN ERA INTO THE JACOBEAN ERA) PRODUCED MOST OF HIS KNOWN WORK BETWEEN 1590 AND 1613. HIS SURVIVING WORKS CONSIST OF 38 PLAYS, 154 SONNETS, TWO LONG NARRATIVE POEMS, AND SEVERAL OTHER POEMS.
    6. 6. THE PLAYS
    7. 7. THE PLAYS PRE-1594 HENRY VI (3 PARTS) RICHARD III LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE COMEDY OF ERRORS THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
    8. 8. THE PLAYS PRE-1594 HENRY VI (3 PARTS) RICHARD III LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE COMEDY OF ERRORS THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
    9. 9. THE PLAYS 1594-1597: PRE-1594 ROMEO AND JULIET HENRY VI (3 PARTS) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM RICHARD III RICHARD II LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST KING JOHN THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE MERCHANT OF VENICE THE COMEDY OF ERRORS 1597-1600: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW HENRY IV PART I HENRY IV PART II HENRY V MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR AS YOU LIKE IT JULIUS CAESAR TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
    10. 10. THE PLAYS 1594-1597: PRE-1594 ROMEO AND JULIET HENRY VI (3 PARTS) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM RICHARD III RICHARD II LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST KING JOHN THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE MERCHANT OF VENICE THE COMEDY OF ERRORS 1597-1600: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW HENRY IV PART I HENRY IV PART II HENRY V MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR AS YOU LIKE IT JULIUS CAESAR TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
    11. 11. THE PLAYS 1594-1597: PRE-1594 ROMEO AND JULIET HENRY VI (3 PARTS) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM RICHARD III RICHARD II LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST KING JOHN THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE MERCHANT OF VENICE THE COMEDY OF ERRORS 1597-1600: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW HENRY IV PART I HENRY IV PART II HENRY V MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR 1601-1608: AS YOU LIKE IT HAMLET JULIUS CAESAR TROILUS AND CRESSIDA TWELFTH NIGHT MEASURE FOR MEASURE ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL OTHELLO KING LEAR MACBETH TIMON OF ATHENS ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA CORIOLANUS
    12. 12. THE PLAYS 1594-1597: PRE-1594 ROMEO AND JULIET HENRY VI (3 PARTS) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM RICHARD III RICHARD II LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST KING JOHN THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE MERCHANT OF VENICE THE COMEDY OF ERRORS 1597-1600: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW HENRY IV PART I HENRY IV PART II HENRY V MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR 1601-1608: AS YOU LIKE IT HAMLET JULIUS CAESAR TROILUS AND CRESSIDA TWELFTH NIGHT MEASURE FOR MEASURE ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL OTHELLO KING LEAR MACBETH TIMON OF ATHENS ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA CORIOLANUS
    13. 13. THE PLAYS 1594-1597: PRE-1594 ROMEO AND JULIET HENRY VI (3 PARTS) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM RICHARD III RICHARD II LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST KING JOHN THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA THE MERCHANT OF VENICE THE COMEDY OF ERRORS 1597-1600: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW HENRY IV PART I HENRY IV PART II HENRY V MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR 1601-1608: AS YOU LIKE IT HAMLET JULIUS CAESAR TROILUS AND CRESSIDA TWELFTH NIGHT MEASURE FOR MEASURE ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL OTHELLO KING LEAR AFTER 1608: MACBETH PERICLES TIMON OF ATHENS CYMBELINE ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA THE WINTER'S TALE CORIOLANUS THE TEMPEST HENRY VIII
    14. 14. THE PLAYS
    15. 15. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE...
    16. 16. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE...
    17. 17. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE... FROM HISTORY AND COMEDY...
    18. 18. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE... FROM HISTORY AND COMEDY...
    19. 19. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE... FROM HISTORY AND COMEDY... ...TO TRAGEDY...
    20. 20. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE... FROM HISTORY AND COMEDY... ...TO TRAGEDY...
    21. 21. THE PLAYS OR, TO SUMMARISE... FROM HISTORY AND COMEDY... ...TO TRAGEDY... ...TO TRAGI-COMEDY
    22. 22. BACKGROUND: THE THEATRE TOUR THE GLOBE
    23. 23. DANDIES
    24. 24. THIEVES
    25. 25. PROSTITUTES
    26. 26. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    27. 27. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... BEAR BAITING...
    28. 28. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... BEAR BAITING...
    29. 29. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    30. 30. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... COCK FIGHTING...
    31. 31. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... COCK FIGHTING...
    32. 32. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    33. 33. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    34. 34. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    35. 35. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS... ...BY BEHEADING FOR THE NOBILITY...
    36. 36. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS... ...BY BEHEADING FOR THE NOBILITY... MARGARET POLE, 8TH COUNTESS OF SALISBURY, TOOK ELEVEN BLOWS BEFORE DEATH
    37. 37. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    38. 38. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    39. 39. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    40. 40. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS... ...BY HANGING, DRAWING AND QUARTERING FOR TRAITORS
    41. 41. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    42. 42. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    43. 43. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    44. 44. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS... ...BY BURNING FOR HERETICS
    45. 45. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION...
    46. 46. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    47. 47. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS...
    48. 48. AND REMEMBER THE THEATRE’S COMPETITION... PUBLIC EXECUTIONS... ..BY BOILING IN OIL FOR POISONERS...
    49. 49. HISTORICAL CONTEXT 1558–1603
    50. 50. HISTORICAL CONTEXT THE ELIZABETHAN PERIOD 1558–1603
    51. 51. HISTORICAL CONTEXT THE ELIZABETHAN PERIOD 1558–1603 THE ARMADA PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH 1 BY GEORGE GOWER, 1588(?)
    52. 52. HISTORICAL CONTEXT
    53. 53. HISTORICAL CONTEXT THE JACOBEAN ERA 1603-1625 PORTRAIT OF JAMES 1, DANIEL MYTENS 1621
    54. 54. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND
    55. 55. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3
    56. 56. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’
    57. 57. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’ ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE
    58. 58. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’ ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE TEMPORARY PERIOD OF RELIGIOUS PEACE
    59. 59. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’ ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE TEMPORARY PERIOD OF RELIGIOUS PEACE ECONOMIC SUCCESS
    60. 60. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’ ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE TEMPORARY PERIOD OF RELIGIOUS PEACE ECONOMIC SUCCESS MILITARY SUCCESS - SPANISH ARMADA, 1588
    61. 61. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-16O3 SEEN AS A ‘GOLDEN AGE’ ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE TEMPORARY PERIOD OF RELIGIOUS PEACE ECONOMIC SUCCESS MILITARY SUCCESS - SPANISH ARMADA, 1588 A VASTLY IDEALISED PERIOD- BUT MOSTLY TOLERANT AND CALM
    62. 62. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND
    63. 63. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND A CONTEMPORARY VIEW: DURING HER LIFE, WHAT PEACE IN HER COUNTRY! WHAT PLENTY IN HER LAND! WHAT TRIUMPHS IN HER COURT! WHAT LEARNING IN HER SCHOOLS! WHAT WEALTH IN HER KINGDOM! WHAT WISDOM IN HER COUNCIL AND WHAT GRACE IN HER GOVERNMENT! WHAT MONARCH EVER SENT TO HER WHOSE AMBASSADOR DID NOT ADMIRE HER? WAS SHE NOT MISTRESS OF THE NARROW SEAS AND FEARED EVEN IN THE OCEAN? NICHOLAS BRETON, 1603
    64. 64. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND
    65. 65. ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND A MODERN VIEW: THE WORLD SEEMED A FAR LARGER PLACE TO MEN OF THE ELIZABETHAN AGE THAN IT HAD TO EARLIER GENERATIONS. NEW KINGDOMS HAD BEEN DISCOVERED IN AMERICA, AND THE DISTANT ORIENT HAD BECOME MORE ACCESSIBLE. LACEY BALDWIN SMITH, 1967
    66. 66. JACOBEAN ENGLAND
    67. 67. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625
    68. 68. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625 NOV 5 1605 - THE GUNPOWDER PLOT
    69. 69. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625 NOV 5 1605 - THE GUNPOWDER PLOT GENERAL ECONOMIC DEPRESSION
    70. 70. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625 NOV 5 1605 - THE GUNPOWDER PLOT GENERAL ECONOMIC DEPRESSION OUTBREAK OF BUBONIC PLAGUE IN 1625
    71. 71. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625 NOV 5 1605 - THE GUNPOWDER PLOT GENERAL ECONOMIC DEPRESSION OUTBREAK OF BUBONIC PLAGUE IN 1625 KING WITH ABSOLUTIST TENDENCIES
    72. 72. JACOBEAN ENGLAND 1603-1625 NOV 5 1605 - THE GUNPOWDER PLOT GENERAL ECONOMIC DEPRESSION OUTBREAK OF BUBONIC PLAGUE IN 1625 KING WITH ABSOLUTIST TENDENCIES REPRESSION OF CATHOLICS
    73. 73. JACOBEAN ENGLAND
    74. 74. JACOBEAN ENGLAND A CONTEMPORARY VIEW; ...NEW PHILOSOPHY CALLS ALL IN DOUBT TIS ALL IN PIECES, ALL COHERENCE GONE... PRINCE, SUBJECT, FATHER, SON GONE... JOHN DONNE, 1611 (WITH REFERENCE TO NEW, COPERNICAN, THEORIES OF ASTRONOMY)
    75. 75. JACOBEAN ENGLAND
    76. 76. JACOBEAN ENGLAND A MODERN VIEW: THE ELIZABETHAN MODEL OF A UNIVERSAL PATTERN GAVE WAY IN LATER JACOBEAN WORK TO A DARKER VISION, AS IF THE PLAYWRIGHTS INTUITIVELY FELT THE STORM CLOUDS OF THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR APPROACHING. JOHN PERRY, 1997

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