William Shakespeare 's Influence On English Literature Essay

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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”). His first play in his early career, was The Comedy of Errors, was about the twins and complex comedies (“William Shakespeare”). 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…

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