Many aspects in Elizabethan society encouraged and discouraged Shakespeare’s writing. Shakespeare’s father, John, was a very important person in Stratford so, William went to a grammar school where he learned memorization, Latin classes, writing, and acting classic plays. When Shakespeare was working at a theater in London he played many roles including acting, playwright, and later on a business partner. All of these, when added together, caused him to become increasingly more famous. During Shakespeare’s time many people were illiterate, so those who were capable of reading, and writing made plays and etc.
In 1921, he set up his residence in White Plains, New York and stayed there for the rest of his life! Sadly, his life started going down hill. His mother’s health was deteriorating. (going downhill.) His mother took her life in April 30, 1922, she committed suicide by jumping off a building.
Interestingly enough, the war’s impact spread beyond just slavery but affected the tone of American literature. War is Kind, by Stephen Crane, is just one of many examples of literature that became less about imaginative ideas, but rather focused on life—and the horrors that come with it. Stephen Crane was born on November 1st in Newark, New Jersey. He spent his childhood as a frail kid moving from one parsonage to another over the span of 8 years. However, with the death of his father, the family settled in New York.
When Poe was one year old, his father left the family and one year later his mother died. He published his first poems, Tamerlane and Other Poems in 1827, with help of his foster father. He started publishing stories because he was in need of money. His first story published was Philadelphia Saturday Courier in 1832. Later, on 1835, he worked as an editorial assistant at the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond.
He was born into a wealthy family of Polish and Jewish descent. When the Wall Street crash of 1929 occurred Millar’s family lost everything. After graduating from Abraham Lincoln High School, Millar had to have many side jobs just to pay for his tuition for college, the University of Michigan. It was there that Millar obtained his first degree in journalism, and where he wrote his first play called ‘No Villain’. Millar was given the Avery Hopwood Award for this.
His cause of death was tuberculosis. Which was common in that day and age. After his father 's death, Frost moved his sister Jeanie,and his mother to Lawrence, Massachusetts. They lived with his grandparents, and Frost attended Lawrence High School, where he met Elinor White, his love and future wife, who was his co-valedictorian at his high school,they graduated in 1892. After he graduated high school , Frost started at Dartmouth College after a few months he returned home to work alot of unfulfilling jobs that were getting him nowhere.
Lin-Manuel Miranda was born January, 16, 1980 which makes him now 37 years old. He was born in New York City in the United States of America with a culture background of Puerto Rican. He was born to Luz Towns, a clinical psychologist, and Luis A. Miranda, Jr., a Democratic Party consultant who advised New York City mayor Ed Koch. Lin has a deep love for NYC and the theatre there his father once said ‘when you start to love something and
When this occurs Melville needed to do a lot of changes in his life. At a young age of thirteen he had to work at a bank to help his family. Then, he left the school at eighteen and became an elementary teacher for a short time. Also, he became a newspaper reporter before trying his luck sailing as a merchant to Liverpool, England. In the summer of 1839 he came back to America continuing his struggle for wealth.
The devices Britain used had an affect on life. Andy Warhol was an American Draftsman, Filmmaker, Painter, and Printmaker. He was the third born child to Czechoslovakian immigrants parents named Ondrej and Ulja on August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When Andy was only 14 years old his father passed away, but he did leave money for one purpose and that was to be used for higher learning, and the family decided that Andy would benefit the most from having a college education. Warhol moved to New York City shortly after graduating Carnegie Institute to work as a commercial illustrator, where he worked for several well-known magazines.
Both his parents had also passed away by now and this only resulted in him becoming stronger and producing works of greater quality on the stage. In 1936, he became the first American playwright to receive the Nobel Prize in literature for, ''the power, honesty and deep-felt emotions of his dramatic works, which embody an original concept of tragedy." He soon suffered from another personal tragedy when he had a falling out with his daughter Oona and ended their relationship after she decided to marry actor Charlie Chaplin. After a notable absence from the dramatic world and the stage, O'Neill returned to the theatre with one of his most celebrated plays, The Iceman Cometh. In 1953, at the age of 65, Eugene O'Neill passed away due to bronchial pneumonia.