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  • william shakespeare was born in 1564 and was baptised in the holy trinity church.
  • but there is no evidence to that!
  • the lost years
  • his parents were succsesful glovers that lived in england,snitterfield
  • venus and adonis
  • A close analysis of Shakespeare’s works compared with the standard curriculum of the time confirms that Shakespeare received a grammar school education. A grammar school on Church Street, less than a quarter of a mile from Shakespeare’s home and within a few yards from where his father sat on the town council. It was free to all male children and the evidence indicates that John Shakespeare sent his sons there for a grammar school education, though no attendance records survive. Shakespeare would have been enrolled when he was 7, in 1571.
  • there was peroid of time in shake spears life that historians have no record of.all that we know is that he got married and perhaps lived in London after he left school after he was 15.we also we have no idea how he made money to sustain himself and his family.
  • Following this gap in the record, the first definite mention of Shakespeare is in 1592 as an established London actor and playwright, mocked by a contemporary as a "Shake-scene." The same writer alludes to one of Shakespeare's earliest history plays, henry vi part 3, which must already have been performed. The next year, in 1593, Shakespeare published a long poem, venus and adonis
  • Among the last plays that Shakespeare worked with was called the noble two kings man. which he wrote with a frequent collaborator, John Fletcher, most likely in 1613. He died on April 23, 1616—the traditional date of his birthday, though his precise birthdate is unknown. We also do not know the cause of his death. His brother-in-law had died a week earlier, which could imply infectious disease, but Shakespeare's health may have had a longer decline.
  • shakespeare 1564 to 1616
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