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    not just born with this talent, he went through much trial and error to get where he was now. Shakespeare’s parents were considered “middle class”. Shakespeare’s father was named John Shakespeare, he worked as a leatherworker. His mother was Mary Arden, she did not have a job, so they did not make much money. Shakespeare had was the third oldest of eight children. At 18 years old, he married a 26 year old woman that was already 3 months pregnant, her name was Anne Hathaway.

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    Did you know that William Shakespeare is the best-selling fiction author of all time (estimated 4 billion copies were sold). William Shakespeare was born on Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom on April 23, 1564. William Shakespeare died on Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom on April 23, 1616. William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in 1582. They have 3 children together; Hamnet Shakespeare (son), Susanna Hall (daughter), Judith Quiney (daughter). William Shakespeare made 37 plays, 154 sonnets

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    Shakespeare's life was a strange one. What happened in his childhood, adulthood, sex life, his job life, and what has his not so good side done? He tries to put real life problems in his plays to make them real. He had multiple sex lives and it was started as his life continued. Shakespeare has had a strange life starting as a child. His life has many different parts to it. For example his childhood where it all started. Shakespeare was born in a place called Stratford-upon-Avon in England and his

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    The name William Shakespeare may be one of the best known names in history, and it's no wonder, he wrote 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two narrative poems, and several other works in his career as a playwright. Although he had a difficult childhood, which was plagued with death and illnesses of family members, Shakespeare rose above his somewhat well-to-do childhood to become the most well-known poet in history. William Shakespeare was baptized April 26, 1564, and although it's impossible to know exactly

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    to be born on April 26, 1564 in the town of Stratford Upon-Avon, a town only 100 miles away from London. His father, John Shakespeare, who was a glove maker and tradesman, also was the Bailiff of the town (same duties as a mayer. His mother, Mary Arden came from a wealthy and successful farming family. When William was in his younger teens, he was believed to attend a high class grammar school. William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway when he was only 18 years old. They had their first daughter

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    Gilbert, Richard, and Edmund, he also had two younger sisters, Anne, and Joan, unfortunately they both passed away at a very young age. His father, John, was a leather worker and was known as very successful businessman. He married Mary Arden from the well-known Arden family. John rose through local offices in Stratford and eventually became the mayor when William was around five years of age. Since his father was such a leading citizen

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    May 1, 1602, Shakespeare purchased 107 acres of land in Stratford-upon-Avon for £320, which is $392.72 in America. In 1603, the famous play Hamlet was published by London booksellers Nicholas Ling and John Trundell. According to many different scholars, Shakespeare named this play after his deceased son, Hamnet. After this quarto was published, 4 more followed and the were all put in the First Folio of 1623. William Shakespeare and the Chamberlain’s Men have made such an impact during this time that

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    respective plays, the former with its reference to the Epiphany and the topsy-turvy world of a saturnalian celebration, and the latter with its implications about how the characters (and the audience itself) see the world in general and the Forest of Arden in particular. Much Ado About Nothing is no different, but we do not pick up the deeper resonances as quickly as an Elizabethan would, simply because of a shift in pronunciation. We get our first real glimpse of the pun in the title when Don Pedro

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    The Changing Attitudes Toward War Over the Centuries I do not believe that the above statement is entirely true and rather think that the poets writing the poems have a much more direct effect, and that their perception of war is dependant on their past experiences and influences their writing. I do however think that in modern day times people are more alert to the evil nature of war, which has an affect of post 19th century poetry. The poem 'Henry V at the siege of Harfleur' could show

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    The poem

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    Many war poems such as “In Flanders Fields” by John McCrae depict the typical war themes of death, despair, and sadness. In Alan Bennett’s book “The History Boys”, the students recite the poem “MCMXIV” by war poet Phillip Larkin who describes the more joyous part of the war, the celebrations held in the days before the men left for war. In this commentary, we will analyze the question the students made to their teacher Mr. Irwin asking whether the poem “MCMXIV” as a piece of art describes the truth

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