“To be, or not to be, that is the question:” whether Shakespeare is to be the real author of the great plays and sonnets credited to his name or if his name is to be only a cover up, a pen name, for the true author of the works, may it be Sir Francis Bacon, Edward de Vere, or a collection of authors (Shakespeare 127). Shakespeare’s work has been admired for centuries and it has gained much respect, however, some say the work of Shakespeare may in fact not be his. There are many questions surrounding the topic of Shakespeare’s authorship and whether or not he could have really been the author of so many thought provoking and diverse plays. There is great argument over his lack of proper schooling and travel, as well as there are many candidates
William Shakespeare had an interesting family. He had a relative named William Arden that was arrested for plotting against Queen Elizabeth I. He was educated greatly on Greek mythology, Roman comedy, ancient history, grammar, and Latin. Although John Shakespeare struggled in serious debt, William attended a nearby grammar school. He did not manage
Edward de Vere: The True Author Imagine if William Shakespeare, one of the most praised English writer, was actually a fraud. There has been a question going around whether Shakespeare, supposed author of works such as Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet, was the true author of the works attributed to his name. From Shakespeare’s lack of education, traveling, and manuscripts; there have been many suspects as to who the true author may be, but the most convincing arguments that have been made have put Edward de Vere, also known as the 17th Earl of Oxford, as the most convincing candidate. There have been arguments made such as his great knowledge, the markings in his bible, the correlation between his life and that of the character Hamlet, and so on.
As he reveal his self, there was writing on the wall saying ‘Shoot her’ from the name ‘Shooter’. Morty created shooter’s character because he doesn’t have the guts to do all the killings by himself. He was to suppose to fix the ending of his story. The story of his novel ‘Secret Window’ has a happy ending. It was a novel dedicated to his wife.
However, although these could play a role in why Shakespeare used insanity as such a big element in many of his plays, insanity wasn’t used in his plays to solely provide one service and “it is unwise to accept or portray the symptoms of madness in Shakespeare as a purely medical condition” (Madness). Insanity does contrast characterization, but it also is used in many other ways in Shakespeare’s tragedies. (Quote)-1more
In the “murder” theory, it essentially claims that Rudolf Hess was liquidated by the British government during his temporary imprisonment in London and a British operative was just posing for him in the Nuremburg trials to cover up the machination. Contrary to the murder theory, the suicide postulate is very straightforward-Hess committed suicide in 1987 from his mental conditions and his numerous suicide attempts in the past. Irrevocably, aside from Hess’s death theories, his departure remains as an enigma in world history, reflecting the very nature of his past life and actions. Rudolf Hess’s mystery is just another addition to the stockpile of undiscovered schemes and classified events of the remorseless Nazi
Romeo and Juliet is a well-known play, which was written by William Shakespeare in 1594. A lot of different actors have performed this play throughout the years. One the most important characters in the play has to be Romeo because if wouldn’t have come up to Juliet the play would have been really different. Romeo is romantic, impulsive, and brave. To begin, Romeo is really romantic.
Edgar Allen Poe was an American writer who wrote many poems and stories during his 40 years of life. His beginning of being a writer was met with a lot of negativity, and many magazines he tried to be published in rejected his submissions. It was only in his later years that he was able to get some of his stories and poems published. He is known to be one of the originators of horror and detective fiction. Also, he was a literary critic, which made him some enemies as well.
He had built the tomb at around the time of 1937. It would be over 300 years after Shakespeare had written his play that the tomb was constructed. “It is thanks to Antonio Avena that visitors from everywhere can now find in Verona of the places to see and where to place the tragedy of the heroine immortalized by Shakespeare” If it were not for his love and wanting to prove it, Tomba of di Giulietta would have never been made into a reality. There are people who don't care that the fact, even though the story behind Juliet's tomb is false, means that the tomb is fake. With that, people feel that the tomb is a reality of such of an impacting, and meaningful love making it real.
Many people argue that Shakespeare is timeless, but it might be more correct to say that Shakespeare is “endlessly malleable” or “consistently applicable” (Holleran), meaning that the same situations can happen anywhere and anytime. This argument seems to be the case for some of Shakespeare’s plays. In fact, many of his plays have already been made into film adaptations. Some of the most popular movies among the younger generation include Romeo and Juliet (1996), She’s The Man (2006), and 10 Things I Hate About You (1999). While these do not all hold the same name as their original counterpart, that is the biggest discrepancy found.