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    William Shakespeare (within the class system of Elizabethan England) did not seem intended for enormity. He was not born into a gracious or wealthy family. He did not continue his formal education at university, nor did he take guidance of a senior artist. He didn’t marry to a wealthy or prestigious family. Since he is not been casting for starring roles, his talent appears to have been self-effacing as an actor. As a playwrighter, his success depends in part upon royal sponsorship. In spite of all these boundaries, Shakespeare is now well reknowned playwrighter in the world. Throughout the world known, for more than 400 years in countless rural communities, towns, cities and capitals the works of William Shakespeare have been performed. On…

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    Is William Shakespeare a fraud? Everyone has heard of the playwright William Shakespeare, whose name is made famous because of his many literary works such as Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and Macbeth. Often considered to be one of the best playwrights in history, Shakespeare has been credited with authoring several famous plays, and is often regarded as a literary genius due to his writing style and vast vocabulary. But, what if Shakespeare is not the genuine writer of the plays of which he is…

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    When William Shakespeare was born in the mid 1500s, the world did not know what talent and what change to the world he would bring. Shakespeare was a brilliant man with many talents. Because of his education and many different influences, Shakespeare developed a great skill for writing, becoming the greatest English playwright. William Shakespeare was a well-known poet and playwright. Almost a dozen years before the theatre in London opened, a man by the name of William Shakespeare was…

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    players. They have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts” (As You like It, Act II, Scene VII). William Shakespeare, himself, knew these many parts. In his life he played an actor, a husband, a writer and some say he even played a thief and a fraud. “For today 's public, of course, Shakespeare is to literary genius what Mozart is to music and Leonardo to painting.”(Doug Stewart, To Be or Not to Be Shakespeare) William Shakespeare, though uneducated and from an…

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    faces. Various circumstances make a person unique, and give them their unique ability to influence other people or things. Writers have their unique style due to these life influences. When William Shakespeare wrote his play, As You Like It, his unique voice prevailed through out the entire play. No other writer could have expressed the vision the same way, because no other writer had experienced the same circumstances and therefore the same influences as Shakespeare. Many different factors,…

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    William shakespeare is one of the world's finest poet and playwright. Shakespeare changed the the way english people live today. Shakespeare has made many accomplishments and succeeded throughout his life. William Shakespeare is known by many. This a little bit about his lifetime. He was born in a small town of Stratford Upon-Avon on April 23,1564. He went to school and learned poetry, history, Greek and Latin. At the age of 18, Shakespeare was required to marry a woman named Anne…

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    Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare written around 1606, and it is one of the most commonly read and adapted Shakespearean tragedy. Its also the shortest of his authorship. William Shakespeare (1564-1616) the modestly educated writer and actor left behind only plays, which still form the basis of repertory theaters around the world. He also created several symbolic figures of European culture, such as Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet. He wrote tragedies and comedies. Frequently, he used…

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    William Shakespeare is known by all as a famous playwright, but not many people understand how important his work is because it was written so long ago, and they believe it is irrelevant. William Shakespeare has influenced the theatrical world, or say the entire world through his work, because of the impact his characters have on the audience. I have been studying William Shakespeare for five years now, he is one of my favorite authors, and I have read many of his books. Romeo and Juliet,…

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    William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet. The works of William Shakespeare have been performed in countless countries and cities. “Though no birth records exist, church records indicate that a William Shakespeare was baptized at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon on April 26, 1564” (William Shakespeare). William was the…

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    William Shakespeare was a highly acclaimed playwright who was a direct product of his time period, the English Renaissance. The world renowned poet and author was born in the year 1564, in Stratford-on-Avon, a small town in England to parents, John and Mary Shakespeare. Although there may be rough estimates and speculations regarding his day of birth, the actual date is still unknown. However, the date of Shakespeare’s baptism, April 26, 1564 is typically recognized as his “birthday.” Through…

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