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sonnet:
a 14 line poem
tragedy:
a hero or heroine struggles with a stronger force such as time or fate
comedy:
a amusement play that usually has a happy ending
Tragic Flaw:
a weekness in the character of the protagonist of a tragedy
comic relief:
to relieve dramatic tension
anachronism:
something out of time
vernacular:
the standard language of a country
soliloquy:
a specific speach or piece of writing. the act of speaking to ones self
bard:
a poem, especcially a lyric poem
romance:
showing wide range of human emotion
A monarch who loved shakespeare
Queen Elizabeth
A monarch who loved shakespeare
Queen Elizabeth
Macbeth
shakespeare's tragic play about a scottish king
sculpture
What Michelangelo wanted to be instead of a painter
sistine chapel
the ceiling of the church michealangelo painted
Renaissance
periods of time in history from 1300-1600 known as a rebirth of human endeavors
Twelve Night
comedy about a love triangle where the heroine, Viola, disguises herself as a boy
Romeo and Juliet
Tragic play about two lovers from different families who die at the end
Hamlet
A tragic play where a character wrestles with indecision

maybe named after shakespeare's son, hamnet
medici
leading family of florence who patronizrf art and literachure
London
city where shakespeare lived and worked
Globe Theater
Famous theater for portraying sheakespeare's plays
Leanardo Da Vinci
A true renaissance man who invented, painted, and wrote backwards
Leanardo Da Vinci
A true renaissance man who invented, painted, and wrote backwards
David
a biblical character that was sculpted by Michelangelo
Falstaff
A drunken knight who was a favoirite character of a queen
Michelangelo
a genious apprenticed to the medici family to paint and sculpt
Which movie did merchant of venice occur in?
shylock's speach in Pianist