William Shakespeare Research Paper

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William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men Company. William at the age of eighteen married Anne Hathaway age twenty-six. Anne gave birth to a daughter an two years later to twins. In his twenty years as a playwright, Shakespeare wrote and capture the range of human emotion and conflicts.
Shakespeare’s life in Stratford, even though William had gone to a public school and was qualified for free schooling.
His education and hard work would seem if he never existed. William was the third child of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, his father was a leather merchant and his mother a locally landed heiress. William’s wife Anne Hathaway was an English poet, playwright, and …show more content…

He wrote at least thirty-seven plays that are known of. Some to being, Tragedies plays were “Hamlet” and “Romeo and Juliet”, comedies “The Tempest” and “Much Ado about Nothing” and histories King John, Richard III, and Henry VII. Shakespeare began writing his sonnets by introducing his four most important themes being- immortality, time and selfishness.

Later years of Shakespeare’s life known as the “lost years,” it is to believe that he arrived in London in the mid-to the late 1580s and might have found work as a horse attendant. The last two plays he wrote was “Henry VIII” and “The Two Noble Kinsmen”. He’s retired to Stratford, he spent in the last few years of his life in a new place in the largest house which he purchased in 1597. His death is not known, some say he was sick for over months.

Shakespeare’s burial, his burial was on the twenty-fifth of April, 1616. He was buried inside the Holy Trinity Church beneath a stone slab engraved with his epitaph. His epitaph was “Good friend for Jesus sake forbear, to dig the dust enclosed here. Blessed be the man that spares these stones, and cursed be he that moves my

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