Shakespeare many people today still enjoy his

Shakespeare Shakespeare is a writer who has inspired many writers. Shakespeare’s works have been made into plays, movies, and live performances. Shakespeare pushed himself to the limit when it came to writing. Shakespeare’s works are so famous due to the emotion the plays draw in the crowd or the emotions the reader gets when reading the works. Shakespeare has helped our society by giving us many new words and a new meaning for writing. Shakespeare changed how writers write. Shakespeare used his writing to express emotion and show how it was in his time. Shakespeare’s writings have been a big part in our history many kings and queens enjoyed his work and many people today still enjoy his writings and plays. Shakespeare was born April 23, 1564. Shakespeare’s a English poet and playwright which he’s still to this day famous for. He married Anne Hathaway and they had three children. Shakespeare started his career in London as an actor, writer, and part owner of a playing company. Shakespeare become in inspired to write his plays at the start of his success. He also worker as an assistant schoolmaster in Lancashire. Shakespeare’s success was really good due to the emotions the works brought out.One of Shakespeare’s most famous works was romeo and juliet. Romeo and Juliet has remained so famous due to the love and tragedy Romeo and Juliet is a love story with tragedy, humor and it contains some beautiful language. Romeo and Juliet are from two different kingdoms that are at war with each other. When the Young Romeo meets his love (Juliet) he knows that he wants to be with her forever. After one night of knowing each other they know they are in love and soon become married. The day that Romeo and Juliet get married Romeo got banished from his town due to a fight and him killing an enemy. After Juliet hears the news she is instantly heart broken. As Romeo returns to say his goodbyes to Juliet, Juliet’s parents have her a different husband. As Juliet’s mother and father grieve from their loss they chose a husband for Juliet not knowing about Romeo. Juliet tries to refuse to marry but her fathers not accepting her answer so she comes up with a new plan. Juliet drinks a poisoned drink to make her sleep for 40 hours so it seems she’s dead so she can go meet Romeo. Romeo hears that Juliet is dead and decides to take his own life rather than live without her. Romeo goes to buy poison to kill himself. AS Romeo goes to Juliet’s grave he finds paris there they fight and Romeo kills him. As Romeo drinks the poison and dies Juliet awakes. As Flair Lawrence enters and realizes that Romeo killed Paris and himself Juliet sees her beloved Romeo and realizes he’s dead. As Juliet refuses to leave him Flair fleas off by himself. Juliet kisses Romeos poisoned lips and when that doesn’t kill her she buries his danger in her chest and falls dead upon his body. As the watch arrives, followed closely by the price, the capulets, and the montague they declare lady montague has died of grief over Romeo’s exile. Seeing the children’s bodies the capulets and montague declare its time to put the feud behind them and stand strong together. Shakespeare’s globe is one of the many places he wrote his wonderful stories and plays. Shakespeare’s globe was built in 1599 by Shakespeare’s playing company. On June 29, 1613 the globe went up in flames during the performance of Henry the Eighth. A theatrical cannon went off during the performance and was misfired hitting a wooden beam. No one was hurt in the fire. After reading shakespeare’s works you will truly understand the meaning if love. Shakespeare is a writer who once knew how to bring out the emotions and leave an impact on your heart. Shakespeare has inspired many writers over the years and his works still continue to inspire others. William Shakespeare, also known as the “Bard of Avon,” is often called England’s national poet and considered the greatest dramatist of all time. Shakespeare’s works are known throughout the world, but his personal life is shrouded in mystery.Who Was William Shakespeare?William Shakespeare (baptized on April 26, 1564 to April 23, 1616) was an English playwright, actor and poet also known as the “Bard of Avon” and often called England’s national poet. Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company of theatrical players from roughly 1594 onward. Written records give little indication of the way in which Shakespeare’s professional life molded his artistry. All that can be deduced is that, in his 20 years as a playwright, Shakespeare wrote plays that capture the complete range of human emotion and conflict.William Shakespeare Known throughout the world, the works of William Shakespeare have been performed in countless hamlets, villages, cities and metropolises for more than 400 years. And yet, the personal history of William Shakespeare is somewhat a mystery. There are two primary sources that provide historians with a basic outline of his life. One source is his work — the plays, poems and sonnets — and the other is official documentation such as church and court records. However, these only provide brief sketches of specific events in his life and provide little on the person who experienced those events.William Shakespeare’s PlaysWhile it’s difficult to determine the exact chronology of William Shakespeare’s plays, over the course of two decades, from about 1590 to 1613, he wrote a total of 37 plays revolving around several main themes: histories, tragedies, comedies and tragicomedies.Early Works: Histories and ComediesWith the exception of the tragic love story Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare’s first plays were mostly histories. Henry VI (Parts I, II and III), Richard II and Henry V dramatize the destructive results of weak or corrupt rulers, and have been interpreted by drama historians as Shakespeare’s way of justifying the origins of the Tudor Dynasty. Julius Caesar portrays upheaval in Roman politics that may have resonated with viewers at a time when England’s aging monarch, Queen Elizabeth I, had no legitimate heir, thus creating the potential for future power struggles.Shakespeare also wrote several comedies during his early period: the witty romance A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the romantic Merchant of Venice, the wit and wordplay of Much Ado About Nothing, the charming As You Like It and Twelfth Night.Other plays written before 1600 include Titus Andronicus, The Comedy of Errors, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Taming of the Shrew, Love’s Labour’s Lost, King John, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry V.Works after 1600: Tragedies and TragicomediesIt was in William Shakespeare’s later period, after 1600, that he wrote the tragedies Hamlet, Othello, King Lear and Macbeth. In these, Shakespeare’s characters present vivid impressions of human temperament that are timeless and universal. Possibly