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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 William Shakespeare came from a family of 8 kids and had 3 of his own. Did you know? Sources believe that William Shakespeare's family was illiterate and he is the only one who attended school. William Shakespeare never actually published his works himself The lost years are referred to the point in Shakespeares life when no one knew what he was doing in between 1585 and 1592. Shakespeare is the second most quoted writer Important Events Jan 1593 Plague Closes Theaters - The outbreak of bubonic plague closed all London theaters, which ultimately resulted in five percent of the citys occupants dying. Shakespeare used the break from theater to write poetry. Spring 1594 Theaters Reopen - The London theaters reopen to the public. The Chamberlain's Men (Shakespeares group), becomes one of the most popular acting groups in London. 1599 Globe Theater Built - The Globe, a wooden theater in London, is built by the Chamberlain's Men. Many of Shakespeare's most famous plays, such as Hamlet, Othello, and King Lear, were performed at the Globe for the first time. 1609 Sonnets Published - Publisher Thomas Thorpe prints 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets. 1613 Final Plays - Shakespeare composes his final plays Henry VIII, Two Noble Kinsmen proportionally. Sources: -shakespeare Influences: Various people influenced Shakespeare in may ways. Firstly, Ben Jonson an English playwright, was influenced by Shakespeares writings. He stated He is not of an age, but for all time!”, This has become also an influence for Shakespeare as others began to pay more attention to his playwrights. Everyone believed Shakespearewas truly the best and that his works would live on forever which is true as he is still very popular today all throughout the world even though he passed away many years ago. Shakespeare was also a staggering observer. Secondly, Christopher Marlowe who was very successful at blank verse also influenced him. And last butcertainly not least, Thomas Kyd was also an inspiration to Shakespeare who brought violence onto the public stage for dramas. Sources dor Important Events l Sources for influences
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