The Globe

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The Globe

  1. 1. The globe.<br />
  2. 2. Theatre.<br />The first theatre for Elizabethan drama were of two kinds: inn- yards and Great Halls and both influenced the later playhouses. However, the civic authorities of London were unhappy with playing in the streets and inn-yards of the city popper, but within two years they were already complaining about the “great multitudes of people” gathering out in the “liberty and suburbs” of the city, outside the city walls.<br />
  3. 3. Part of theatre.<br />To these playhouse almost all classes of citizens, except the Puritans, came for afternoon entertainment. We now regard the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries as one of the supreme artistic achievements in literary history.<br />
  4. 4. Yet, in its own day it was viewed as a scandal and an outrage. In fact, in fact, players were defined as vagabonds—criminals subject to arrest and whipping.<br />But let’s fine out a bit more on such and exacting subject!!<br />
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  7. 7. The museum of the Globe.<br />
  8. 8. THE END.<br />Judit and Mireia .<br />

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