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  • 1. Whos Shakespeares ? Jos Bernabe
  • 2. Shakespeare birth and death• Shakespeare was born on 26,April 1564• His death was never truly known but people believe it was due to a fever he got(23, April 1616)• Good Friend, for Jesus’ sake forbear To dig the dust enclosed here: Blessed be the man that spares these stones, And curst be he that moves my bones.
  • 3. William Shakespeare relationship• William Shakespeare was married to his wife and had four kids• Father was a glove maker• Good friends with Queen Elizabeth and King
  • 4. Why was Shakespeareauthorship/identity questioned ?• Many people questioned Shakespeare’s authorship/identity . There are many theorys that say that perhaps the education he had wasn’t enough to create all the marvelous plays and literature he wrote. other people believe that Shakespeare was a group of people that hid their identity with Shakespeare in representation.• The Shakespeare authorship question was first posed in the middle of the 19th century. By then Shakespeare had been named the greatest writer all time.• More than 70 authorship candidates have been proposed
  • 5. What’s Shakespeares influence?• William Shakespeare influence extends from theatre and literature to present-day movies and the English language itself. Widely regarded as the greatest writer of the English language• Once Shakespeares plays became popular in the late seventeenth and eighteenth century, they helped contribute to the standardization of the English language, with many Shakespearean words and phrases becoming embedded in the English language, particularly through projects such as Samuel Johnsons A dictionary of the English language which quoted Shakespeare more than any other writer.
  • 6. What was his family like ?• In 1582, at the age of eighteen, he married Anne Hathaway.• In 1583, they had a daughter, Susanna, and then twins, Hamnet and Judith, in 1585.• Around 1588 Shakespeare and his family moved to London and within a few years he had achieved some success as an actor, a poet and a playwright.
  • 7. What was Shakespeare top bestwriting ? of Venice Julius CaesarOthello, The Moor Henry VBelieved to have been Believed to have been written in written in 1599, it’s basedwritten in approximately 1599. It is one of several Roman on the life of King Henry V1603. The work revolves plays that Shakespeare wrote, of England and focuses onaround four central based on true events from Roman events immediately beforecharacters history and after the Battle of Agincourt Romeo and Juliet likely Shakespeare’s first about two teenage lovers whose “untimely deaths” ultimately unite their feuding households
  • 8. Who is William Shakespeare and how did he becomeone of the most popular and influential authors of alltime ?• Shakespeare was born in 1564, the third child and first son of John Shakespeare and his wife Mary Arden, in Stratford-upon- Avon, Warwickshire, England.• Shakespeare was baptized in Stratford-upon- Avon on April 23, 1564. The exact date is known from town records.
  • 9. Shakespeares childhood• Shakespeare childhood no one really knows about but that he had a great interest in writing.• He was very focused on his education and took 7 years of grammar school something many writers didn’t have
  • 10. Sources• http://www.shakespeare- online.com/faq/shakespeareinspired.html• http://www.online-literature.com/shakespeare/• http://earlswynn.hubpages.com/hub/Shakespea res-Women