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The Comedy of Errors,The Taming of the Shrewand The Two Gentlemen

The Comedy of Errors,The Taming of the Shrewand The Two Gentlemen of Veronamay also belong to Shakespeare's earliest period. The Comedy of Errorswas also based on classical models LikeThe Two Gentlemen of Verona, in which two friends appear to approve of rape,theShrew'sstory of the taming of a woman's independent spirit by a man sometimes troubles modern critics and directors.

8 Outstanding writer of Great Britain (William Shakespeare)

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Shakespeare - How many plays, poems and sonnets did he write? GREAT SHAKESPEARE S PLAYS. Did he have a family? Answer the questions. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH THE FIRST MONUMENT. STRATFORD ON AVON. Shakespeare wrote: 37 plays 154 sonnets 2 poems. STRATFORD-UPON-AVON NOWADAYS. He was born on April 23, 1564 In StratforduponAvon.

- Shakespeare's birth place. Family Allegiance. The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. The Globe Theater. Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste death but once. New Globe Theaters. 400 years after his death. Facts About Shakespeare! Entrance of The Globe Theater. Major themes from Romeo and Juliet.

Life of William Shakespeare - The fourth period. Great tragedies. Grammar school. Early years. , . Creativity. The immortal Shakespeare. Three days later. Coat of arms. Music to hear. . . London and theatrical career. The bust of Shakespeare in the church. Drama. Last years and death.

Biography of William Shakespeare - . - . . . . Divide Shakespeares plays into tragedies and comedies. From Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. . We have mentioned the main facts in Shakespeare's biography.

William Shakespeare - London. ? His father - a fairly rich merchant. Ups and downs. Failures and successes The affair with the "Dark Lady". Wife and Children. ? opened in 1599. Shakespeares schooling. The Globe Theatre. ? worked both as an actor and a writer. "Alls well that ends well". ? joined a travelling company of actors.

William Shakespeare - England. Here he studied Latin and Greek. Comedy. Theatre burned. William Shakespeare. Burbage brothers. Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare and his fellow theatre colleagues. William Shakespeares Background. Groundlings. Family behind and arrives in London.

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