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Shakespeares reputation as dramatist and poet actor is unique and he is considered by many to be the greatest playwright of all time, although many of the facts of his life remain mysterious. William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire and was baptised on 26 April 1564. His father was a glovemaker and wool merchant and his mother, Mary Arden, the daughter of a well-to-do local landowner. Shakespeare was probably educated in Stratfords grammar school.
Mary Arden`s house, threemiles northwest ofStratford. Here livedShakespeare`s mother. Thisis a typical farm house ofthe period.
John Shakespeare lived andkept his shop in this house. Hiseight children were born here.Two of them died young.
This is the schoolroom whereShakespeare was educated, asmany people believe. It is stillin use.
The next documented event in Shakespeares life is his marriage in 1582 to Anne Hathaway, daughter of a farmer. The couple had a daughter the following year and twins in 1585. There is now another gap, referred to by some scholars as the lost years, with Shakespeare only reappearing in London in 1592, when he was already working in the theatre.
Anne Hathaways cottage, amile from Stratford, whereshe was born in 1556, andlived until she marriedWilliam Shakespeare in 1582.
This is the place where thehouse in which Shakespeare diedused to be. It was a big housebought by William Shakespearefor his family when he was stillin London. Here he spent thelast years of his life.Unfortunately, the house wasdestroyed.
This is the Holy Trinity Churchwhere Shakespeare was buried.Visitors coming to Stratford admirethe best of the church and honourhis memory. It is interesting that hedied on his birthday, 23 April,1616.
Another memorial to WilliamShakespeare is the RoyalShakespeare Theatre. Thepresent building was constructedin 1932. The first building wasopened on Shakespeare’sbirthday in 1879 and destroyedby fire in 1926.
The bronze statue ofShakespeare, presentedto Stratford by LordRonald SutherlandGower in 1888.Shakespeare’s figure ishigh above the groundand on the ground thereare small figures ofShakespeare’s famouscharacters.
Little Shakespeare Fans Hamlet together with Shakespeare Fan
Shakespeares acting career was spent with the Lord Chamberlains Company, which was renamed the Kings Company in 1603 when James succeeded to the throne. Among the actors in the group was the famous Richard Burbage. The partnership acquired interests in two theatres in the Southwark area of London, near the banks of the Thames - the Globe and the Blackfriars.
Then happy I, that love and am belovd, Но нет угрозы титулам моимWhere I may not remove nor be removd. Пожизненным: любил, люблю, любим.
The English language since Shakespeare has changed. Thistable contains certain words and grammatical forms, whichwere often used by Shakespeare, but fell out of use in modernEnglish.
Let those who are in favour with their starsOf public honour and proud titles boast,Whilst I, whom fortune of such triumph barsUnlookd for joy in that I honour most.Great princes favourites their fair leaves spreadBut as the marigold at the suns eye,And in themselves their pride lies buried,For at a frown they in their glory die.The painful warrior famoused for fight,After a thousand victories once foild,Is from the book of honour razed quite,And all the rest forgot for which he toild:Then happy I, that love and am belovd,Where I may not remove nor be removd.
Кто под звездой счастливою рожден -Гордится славой, титулом и властью.А я судьбой скромнее награжден,И для меня любовь - источник счастья.Под солнцем пышно листья распростерНаперсник принца, ставленник вельможи.Но гаснет солнца благосклонный взор,И золотой подсолнух гаснет тоже.Военачальник, баловень побед,В бою последнем терпит пораженье,И всех его заслуг потерян след.Его удел - опала и забвенье.Но нет угрозы титулам моимПожизненным: любил, люблю, любим.
http://www.rustranslater.net/index.php?object=marsh ak-shekspirRefferences bbc.com Photographs of family collection