Many authors have had a lasting impact because of their literary work. During the Elizabethan time period, William Shakespeare began his remarkable career as a playwright/impacting William Shakespeare’s life and work.
General statement introducing your topic In “William Shakespeare: Life of Drama,” a documentary produced by Red Caird, Shakespeare was born in 1564. The website, “Shakespeare Online” published by Red Caird, Shakespeare’s place of birth was Stratford upon Avon. In the article, “Shakespeare Online” published by Red Caird, Shakespeare started his education around age six or seven.
On April 18, 1593 William Shakespeare became famous for his poems. Shakespeare was married to Anne Hathaway on November 27,1582. By 1599, Shakespeare and his business partners had built their own theater, which they called the Globe. Shakespeare was successful in his life because he tried hard and did what he had to do. He got married, had a family, and even built his own theater.
William Shakespeare had a lot of Personal things that happened in his life that we don’t know still. William Shakespeare had a lot of Professional Careers; These were his careers. One of William Shakespeare’s first play that he had which was named Romio and Juliet, brought 10,000 people to tears. William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway had their first child on May 26th, 1583 and they named her Susanna (Mabillard). By 1592, Shakespeare earned a living as an actor and a playwright in London (Biography.com). Every one was inspired by Shakespeare’s plays and poems (Caird). For Shakespeare to get to where he was he studied Latin and Grammar a lot in his school days (Mabillard). In the early 1590’s, Shakespeare was a managing partner in the Lord Chamberlin’s Men, an acting company in London (Biography.com). Shakespeare was a very successful man and that is how he got to be a famous Writer and Playwright.
Shakespeare wrote his plays in his own way and this is what he did. After Shakespeare’s first play, he made another play called “Hamlet” (Caird). Shakespeare spent most of his time perfecting his dramatic skills and collecting sources for the plots of his plays (Mabillard). William Shakespeare had published 15 of the 37 plays attributed to him (Biography.com). Shakespeare’s third play was “King Lear” (Caird). Shakespeare left school when he got married to Anne Hathaway in November of 1582 (Mabillard). William Shakespeare’s early plays were written in the conventional style, elaborate metaphors and rhetoricalphrases (Biography.com). Shakespeare wrote many plays and had a lot of different ways of writing his plays and poems.
All though, Shakespeare did have some controversy in his life and this is some of his controversies in his life. Some people thought that William Shakespeare was a bisexual even when he was married (Caird). After shakespeare’s death some people even thought he didn’t even write those poems or plays (Mabillard). William Shakespeare had neither the education nor the literary training to write such eloquent prose and create such rich characters (Biography.com). There were no records of a William Shakespeare going to a Holy Trinity Church (Caird). Shakespeare had a lot of trouble trying to pay his taxes at a point (Mabillard). Members of the Shakespeare Oxford Society (founded in 1957) put forth arguments that english aristocrat Edward de Vere. They think that Oxford was the true author of the poems and plays (Biography.com). Even though William Shakespeare had a lot of controversies in his life, he still became a successful man in life. Shakespeare left a lot of legacy when he died, here is some of his legacies that he left behind.
Shakespeare left behind great ways of writing and technique into the world of writing…