5 coolest facts about shakespeare

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5 coolest facts about shakespeare

101 Amazing Facts about William Shakespeare by Jack Goldstein

Did you know Shakespeare introduced thousands of words into the English language, amongst them alligator, eyeball and swagger? Do you know what unusual item he left to his wife in his will? Have you heard of the conspiracy theory that suggests Shakespeare didnt write the plays we attribute to him today? This fascinating book contains over one hundred facts about William Shakespeare, organised into categories for easy reading. Whether you are studying the bard for a project or you are interested in finding out more about the English speaking worlds greatest ever author, this is the book for you.
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Top 10 Fun Facts about Shakespeare

50 Fun Facts About William Shakespeare For Kids

This weekend marks the th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. So what do we know? Take a look at the most interesting facts about the life of William Shakespeare, below:. Shakespeare was 18 when he married Anne Hathaway, who was eight years his senior. The marriage of an elder woman would have been controversial at the time, especially considering she was pregnant.

The son of a tenant farmer , John Shakespeare was nothing if not upwardly mobile. He arrived in Stratford-upon-Avon in and began dabbling in various trades, selling leather goods, wool, malt and corn. John later became a moneylender and held a series of municipal positions, serving for some time as the mayor of Stratford. In the s he fell into debt and ran into legal problems for reasons that remain unclear. Six months after the wedding, the Shakespeares welcomed a daughter, Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith followed in February

Please take your seats, the show is about to commence! All settled? Also known as: The Bard of Avon. No one can say the exact number, because some of his work may have been lost over time — and some may have been written with the help of other people. He was one of eight children born to John Shakespeare , a well-to-do glove-maker and leather worker, and his wife, Mary Arden , an heiress from a wealthy family. In fact, his actual date of birth remains a mystery to this day! Great for teachers, homeschoolers and parents alike!

There is documentary proof that Shakespeare was baptised on 26th April , and scholars believe that, in keeping with the traditions of the time, he would have been baptised when he was three days old, meaning Shakespeare was probably born on April 23rd. John came to Stratford from Snitterfield before as an apprentice glover and tanner of leathers.
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Here are 10 strange facts to get you started:. The only thing Shakespeare left to his wife in his will was the second best bed in the house.

Generations of schoolchildren have studied his plays and theatre lovers around the world turn out to see them, but what do we actually know about his life? We hope you have enjoyed this list of William Shakespeare facts. Why not go and see one of his plays? Actually, the new Globe is several blocks from the sight of the original. The original is under a car park. There is a marker on the perimeter wall.

William Shakespeare lived through one of the most turbulent yet thrilling eras of English history — a period of plague, riots and political and religious tensions — and went on to become one of history's most famous playwrights. It was a man named Donald L Holmes who first discovered the anagram, possibly while musing about the frivolity of early modern orthography the art of writing words with the proper letters. Indeed, he could not even decide how to spell his own name. Consider the following variants on his signature when he was finalising legal documents such as the mortgage deeds on property in Blackfriars, and his will: Shaksper, Shakespe, Shakespere, and Shakspeare. Two households, both alike in dignitie, In faire Verona where we lay our Scene , From auncient grudge, break to new mutinie, Where civill bloud makes civill hands uncleane.

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