How Did Shakespeare Become Successful

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With a newfound sponsor, Shakespeare’s efficiency and production increased dramatically. By 1597, Shakespeare had amazingly written more than 15 successful plays. Queen Elizabeth I was enchanted by his plays, boosting his popularity even more. In 1599, Shakespeare built the Globe Theatre to host his own plays. The Globe Theatre quickly became the most renowned and attractive site for plays in London.
By 1599, Shakespeare had risen to the climax of his success. Shakespeare was not only a captivating writer and entertainer, but he was also a successful entrepreneur. In both London and Stratford, Shakespeare invested his wealth into estates. These lands would later become a huge source of profit for Shakespeare. In 1612, Shakespeare returned
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