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my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
my name is david
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  • 1. Done by: David Li
  • 2.
      • Son of John and Mary Shakespeare
      • Baptized on 26 April 1564 and died on 23 April 1616
      • Married to Anne Hathaway and had three children: Susanna, Hamnet and Judith
      • A well-known playwright with a high social status
  • 3.
      • Educated at King's New School in Stratford
      • Left school at an early age
      • Become his father’s assistant in his shop
  • 4.
      • Inspired by the nature and other famous playwrights
      • His plays were well received and became a rich man
      • The famous plays includes “Romeo and Juliet”, and “Hamlet”
  • 5.
      • The age of great poetry and drama
      • People believed in astrology, but science and medicine progressing very fast
      • During the Elizabethan age
      • Affected by Renaissance
  • 6.
      • His plays reflected the difference between the classes of people.
      • Often about famous people.
  • 7.
      • It is very unlikely to change your social status
      • Education was no sufficient to improve it
      • A system of hierarchy
  • 8.
      • Had no roof, no lighting.
      • Had seats at higher level
      • Had a trapdoor down the stage and a back stage.
      • No female actors
  • 9.
      • Actors could move freely.
      • Plays that benefit:
    • The ghost in “Hamlet” could disappear as and when.
      • Trapdoors in the ceiling enables actors to “fly” using a rope
  • 10.
      • The rebirth of learning
      • Increased interest in art and learning of ancient Greece and Rome
      • End of the Middle Age
      • Began in Italy
  • 11.
      • Greater knowledge of ancient science and belief
      • Scholars began doubting the religious beliefs
  • 12.
      • Shakespeare “Julius Caesar” was based on the roman general
  • 13.  

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