1. Shakespeare’s life<br />William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's preeminent dramatist.<br />One of Shakespeare’s works, Macbeth, is thought to be one of the most produced plays ever, with a performance beginning somewhere in the world every four hours<br />
1. Shakespeare’s life<br />Shakespeare was interested in theater, being an actor, and he could also make some extra money being a playwright, so he became a playwright.<br />
1. shakespeare’s life<br />William Shakespeare was the son of John Shakespeare, a successful glover and alderman originally from Snitterfield, and Mary Arden, the daughter of an affluent landowning farmer. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon and baptised on 26 April 1564. His unknown birthday is traditionally observed on 23 April, St George's Day.<br />
1. Shakespeare’s life<br />Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway and they had three children: Susanna, Hamnet and Judith.<br />Shakespeare's family was of the wealthy merchant class or petty gentry.<br />Shakespeare was inspired by nature to write<br />William Shakespeare's works are very because his works contains good story flow. Also, his works are really classic, inspirational, good source of meaningful life.<br />
2. England in Shakespearean’s time <br />Queen Elizabeth I ruled the monarchy during that period.<br />Wealth was important, but so were birth, education, and employment in determining social rank during that period of time in England.<br />
2.England in shakespearean’s time<br />Anglo Spanish Wars(1585-1604)<br />Intermittent conflict between the kingdoms of Spain and England that was never formally declared.<br />The English enjoyed victories at Cádiz in 1587, and over the Spanish Armada in 1588<br />
2. England in Shakespearean's time<br />Theatre are usually polygonal in plan to give an overall rounded effect, three levels of inward-facing galleries overlooked the open centre into which jutted the stage—essentially a platform surrounded on three sides by the audience, only the rear being restricted for the entrances and exits of the actors and seating for the musicians. The upper level behind the stage could be used as a balcony, as in Romeo and Juliet, or as a position for an actor to harangue a crowd, as in Julius Caesar.<br />
3. The renaissance<br />It means "rebirth". However, it's most common context is to refer to the period of European history known as the golden age, and the age of enlightenment. This is because after the long periods referred to as the dark ages following the collapse of the Roman Empire, and the Medieval period, where the church dominated and oppressed learning and culture, the renaissance period was seen as a "rebirth" of culture and learning similar to the heights of the ancient world.<br />
3. The renaissance<br />Cities grew and prospered during the Renaissance and rulers learned to tax the people. Trade grew between cities/states and other countries. As trade in goods increased, trade in ideas grew also. The contact between cultures was in some part due to the Crusades during the 11th century. Commerce and trade soon moved inland along the major routes of trade.<br />
3. The renaissance<br />Before the Renaissance most art was religious and importance was often illustrated by size. For instance, when painting Mary and Jesus, they would be depicted as larger than the surrounding people, saints, or angels. Renaissance art was more realistic and showed perspective, depth, and substance. Subjects included more life scenes and portraits and were moving toward more secular ideas, instead of purely religious. Some artists studied anatomy in order to paint and sculpt realistically. Even the religious art was more humanistic.<br />
3. The renaissance<br />The Renaissance brought an end to feudalism, established an effective central government andreformed the church.<br />
3. The Renaissance<br />Shakespeare updated the simplistic, two-dimensional writing style of pre-renaissance drama. He focused on creating “human” characters with psychologically complexity. Hamlet is perhaps the most famous example of this. <br />The upheaval in the accepted social hierarchy allowed Shakespeare to explore the humanity of every character regardless of their social position. Even monarchs are given human emotions and are capable of making mistakes. <br />Shakespeare utilized his knowledge of Greek and Roman classics when writing his plays. Before the renaissance, these texts had been suppressed by the Catholic Church. <br />
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