Shakespeare's Passion In The Life Of William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in Stratford, England; he was the oldest son of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden (“William Shakespeare”). Mary Arden had a father, who was a landowner from a village, while John Shakespeare had a father, who was a farmer and with many positions he attended, for instance, a trader in the farm and attained in his marketplace. When he was around 13 years old, he terminated school to assist his father; when he turned 18; married with “Ann Hathaway and had three” kids “named Susanna, Hamnet, and Judith” (“William Shakespeare”). Shakespeare’s passion was related towards English literature, was admired from his theater entertainment with dramatic and “nondramatic poetry” (“William Shakespeare”). …show more content…
All his plays were likely romantic aspects and the life we live, especially his last comedy, The two Gentlemen of Verona, which refers to a sincere girl, who goes far in her education and marries at the end. Therefore, his comedies led to his first impressive plays, such as the Titus Andronicus. It involved murders and tragedies that belong to the theater entertainment to “attack” the reader. Since the theater was closed during 1593-1594, it did not stop Shakespeare’ passion, because he started with “nondramatic poetry”, Seriocomic Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece, both revealed advanced skills of Elizabethan history (“William Shakespeare”). During 1594, he became the main writer “for the successful Lord Chamberlain’s Men” (“William Shakespeare”), companies of the actors. In 1599, they built the Globe Theater in Thames, which gave pleasure to London. During this period, the tragedies that were well known were Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Hamlet. All share personal cataclysms generally with humanity. On 1616, he died, and expected his work to publish (“William …show more content…
The theme of Hamlet is to indicate how complex death can be and relate to the real life issues, basically, William Shakespeare 's books plays a major role of the reality. Therefore, it shows symbolism of the ghost and Yukol 's skull, which are the physical and spiritual consequences; which Hamlet discovered in the graveyard in Act V, scene 1. He talks about the King 's Jester. Deeply messages from Hamlet would be that everyone is being watched, sometimes you can 't trust friends; for instance, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were sent for Hamlet to kill him, believing that there is heaven and earth meaning if you believe in ghosts and there many other lessons from this book. The book, Hamlet is related to my life in some of way; for instance, Hamlet have a strained relationship with his mother, Gertrude. On the side of the reality, I don 't have a healthy relationship with my mother and never believes me on anything, which brings the similarity with Hamlet because, his mother didn 't believe him from hearing that Claudius murdered King Hamlet and betrayed her own son instead of Claudius. Therefore, it does not only relate only my life, it does to everyone by uncovering the truth about someone 's death, lies that most likely

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