William Shakespeare's Life Analysis

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For the passing of my beloved husband, it would only be worthy to talk about his life. In the countryside of Stratford-on-Avon, was a small cottage, John Shakespeare and Mary Shakespeare gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named WIlliam Shakespeare in April 23, 1564. William had three younger brothers, Gilbert, Richard, and Edmund, as well as two younger sisters: Anne, who sadly died at seven, and Joan. The father of William was John Shakespeare, who was a renowned leatherworker which he specialized in soft white leather used for gloves and similar items. He made a successful lifestyle and had become a prosperous businessman. John had rose through local offices in Stratford, and eventually he was the town bailiff—much like a mayor when WIlliam…show more content…
I had received a dowry prior to the marriage. William Shakespeare and I, Anne Hathaway, were granted a marriage licence by the Bishop of Worcester. We were married at Temple Grafton, a village about five miles from Stratford. In May of 1583, I had given birth to Susanna Shakespeare, the reason for having to marry with haste. Two years after the birth of Susanna, we had given birth to healthy twins, Hamnet and Judith Shakespeare. A large family, but we had settled in Henley Street with my in-laws. Shakespeare had always thought deeply about life and its sufferings. On the other hand, he was quite a charismatic character and had a sense of humor. His life rotated around creativity, spirituality, and art. He was an astounding writer, and when times had been tough for the family, for there were days of constant arguing, WIlliam had left Stratford in search of fortune in London. The start of an era, and has what many say, the rest was…show more content…
In 1591, he had made a debut with his memorable play, Henry IV Part II. It gained immense positivity from the locals. Without hesitation, of the same year, Henry IV Part III had also been played. WIlliam had established himself as a prominent actor and playwright, only after a year or two at most after coming to London. He produced plays for the next two centuries, making a total of 28 plays. During the time of his lucrative carrer, sadly, our 11 year old Hamlet died from the plaque that had been spreading quickly across the country. Hamlet Shakespeare was buried in Stratford of AUgust 11, 1596. The family’s rude awakening, but Will still set out to continue to do what he was made for; to do what he had been doing greatly- writing plays and acting. He had also been acknowledged by the monarchy. William performed with a group called the Lord Chamberlain 's Men. The group was very talented and likewise, just as popular. The locals, the foreigners, as well as including Queen Elizabeth I, came to watch their plays. In 1597, William had help build their own theatre called 'The Globe '. Successful, may be the only word you can describe a man such like William Shakespeare. Having the power to bring all under one roof regardless of background and to then, experience his play is the works of what only William can do. Not only has he made his marks in the world of playwriting, we will all remember him with his contribution to the English language.
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