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William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
William Shakespeare's Crib
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  • 1. William Shakespeare <br />By: Rachel Bartholomew, Tom Sitarski, TJ Ngo, and Alex Cohen<br />
  • 2. Parents- John Shakespeare and Mary Arden<br />Children- Joan, Margaret, William, Gilbert, Joan, Anne, Richard, and Edmund<br />William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway<br />Married Anne when she was 26 and he was only 18<br />Children- Susanna and twins, Hamnet and Judith<br />Hamnet died at age eleven<br />Biography: Family<br />
  • 3. Born in April 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon<br />No one knows his exact birthday<br />Lived in a Tudor House<br />The street was covered with an uneven stone surface and was full of people, carts, animals, and garbage<br />John Shakespeare<br />Glover- made and sold gloves and other leather gloves<br />Couldn’t write<br />Shakespeare attended the King Edward VI Grammar School <br />Learned little Latin and Greek<br />Biography: Birthplace<br />
  • 4. Nothing known of William Shakespeare between 1585-1592<br />Legends:<br />Shakespeare left Stratford for London after being caught poaching deer<br />Shakespeare left Stratford for London to begin his theatrical career minding horses before the playhouses<br />1592- He was in London writing plays<br />Biography: Lost Years<br />
  • 5. Shakespeare lived in London while his wife and children lived in a mansion in Stratford-upon-Avon<br />He did his writing in London<br />He went back and forth between the two towns<br />Biography: London<br />
  • 6. Many people feel that someone other than William Shakespeare wrote the plays and poems published under his name<br />Oxfordians are the source of the debate<br />Shakespeare scholars find that their claims are not based on fact<br />Authorship<br />
  • 7. Authorship: Reasons why Shakespeare might not have been the author<br />No poet-dramatist from England wrote about his death<br />His will was very thorough, but didn’t include any books or manuscripts<br />In school, he only learned small Latin and a little Greek<br />His plays have French, Italian, Latin, and Greek<br />Plays represent Renaissance art<br />He did not go to a higher level school to learn this knowledge<br />Open minded and wide ranged for his time period<br />
  • 8. Proof that he wrote Venus and Adonis<br />Dedicated to Earl of Southampton and later The Rape of Lucrece was dedicated to the same man<br />Romeo and Juliet, Titus, Henry IV were attributed to Shakespeare<br />Also attributed to Edward Earl of Oxford<br />Edward de Vere of Oxford<br />Said to have written some of Shakespeare's plays and poems<br />Authorship<br />
  • 9. Different Types of Work<br />King John<br />Tragedies<br />Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Julius Caesar<br />Comedies<br />The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Taming of the Shrew<br />History<br />Richard III, King John<br />Poetry<br />Sonnets<br />A Lover’s Complaint<br />
  • 10. Popular Plays<br />Romeo and Juliet<br />Hamlet<br />Julius Caeser<br />King Henry the Fourth Part I<br />King Leer<br />Macbeth <br />Merchant of Venice<br />Othello, the Moor of Venice<br />Romeo and Juliet<br />The Tempest<br />Twelfth Night<br />
  • 11. Nature<br />Poet informed by nature<br />Garden<br />Influences<br />
  • 12. About Shakespeare<br />Sonnet 20<br />Sexuality<br />Wrote many sonnets about his love for a young man<br />Sonnet 20<br />There are only two portraits of him<br />Racist<br />Anti-Semitic towards Jews<br />Lived through the black death epidemic which killed 33,000 people<br />
  • 13. William Shakespeare invented more than 1,700 words<br />Arouse<br />Bedroom<br />Eyeball<br />Majestic<br />Undress<br />Laughable<br />Lonely<br />Cold-blooded<br />Worthless<br />Bedroom<br />Inventions<br />
  • 14. Phrases<br />“If you have ever refused to budge an inch”<br />“Tongue tied”<br />“In a pickle”<br />“See better days”<br />“Laughing yourself to stitches”<br />Inventions<br />
  • 15. Had the ability to describe a lot with not many words<br />Great story teller<br />Many different categories<br />Stories can relate to all periods of time<br />Why did Shakespeare impact the world?<br />
  • 16. Has been credited with being the best playwright and poet ever<br />Has been said to shape the English language into what it is today<br />Added words to the English language<br />Influenced many other authors and poets<br />Many of his phrases are still popular today<br />“It’s all Greek to me”<br />What he left behind…<br />

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