WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

  1. 1. WilliamShakespeare
  2. 2. He was born on 23 april 1564 in Stratford UponAvon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom.He died on 23 april1616, 52 years later.
  3. 3. They got married on 28 November 1582, he was 18 and she was 26 years old
  4. 4. Shakespeare apparently arrived in Londonabout 1588 and by 1592 had attained success as an actor and a playwright.He was known like a poet in the Renaissance manner. He wrote 42 famous plays, poems and sonnets. Even their plays are represented nowadays.
  5. 5. The stage production ofWilliam Shakespeare can bedivided into three groups:comedieshistorical dramastragedies
  6. 6. FAMOUS DRAMASEduardo III is an Elizabethan play oftenattributed to William Shakespeare. It wasprinted anonymously in 1596.Enrique IV, parte 1 is a historical play writtenby William Shakespeare, probably before 1597.It is the second work of Shakespeares tetralogydevoted to the successive reigns of Richard II,Henry IV (2 works), and Henry V.
  7. 7. Enrique V based on an apparentlypositive reference to the failed mission ofRobert Devereux, Earl of Essex, tosuppress the rebellion of Tyrone.Ricardo II based on the life of Richard IIof England. Historical events thatShakespeare derives its drama is therebellion of Peers of England, which endedwith the abdication of the monarch and hisdeath in prison, murdered.
  8. 8. The famous tragedies1595 1601 1603
  9. 9. 1605 1606 1606
  10. 10. FROM off a hill whose concave womb reworded A plaintful story from a sistering vale, My spirits to attend this double voice accorded, And down I laid to list the sad-tuned tale; Ere long espied a fickle maid full pale,P Tearing of papers, breaking rings a-twain, Storming her world with sorrows wind and rain.O Upon her head a platted hive of straw,E Which fortified her visage from the sun, Whereon the thought might think sometime it sawM The carcass of beauty spent and done: Time had not scythed all that youth begun, Nor youth all quit; but, spite of heavens fell rage, Some beauty peepd through lattice of seard age.
  11. 11. The globe teatherIn the Isabel age, the teathers become moreimportants, and the nobles financed theplays.The globe teather is the most famousteather built in shakespeare s times.

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