The study of Shakespeare and his works is one a hugely popular part of the English literature curriculum from around the world.
The study of Shakespeare and his works is one a hugely popular part of the English literature curriculum from around the world.There are seemingly endless topics to use for a research paper on anything having to do with Shakespeare.
The Baconian theory of Shakespearean authroship gives Shakespeare the right to say he is the author.
Based on research, I believe Shakespeare did not write all 38 plays and 154 sonnets because every play Shakespeare wrote was created in the same years or earlier.
There are several reasons why Shakespeare is enjoyed today, the use of real people as characters and the way he chooses his topics to write about. s life and lifestyle influenced his writings and attitude. s birth date is unknown because when he was born they didn?
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Many individuals say that William Shakespeare of Stratford is the original writer of all 38 plays and 154 sonnets.
It is argued that someone else other than Shakespeare wrote these plays.
Shakespeare took credit for the re-making of the plays and sonnets which, led to many individuals believing Shakespeare’s plays are authentic.
According to my understanding of the life of Williams Shakespeare, there was never enough records and information on Shakespeare to prove if he completed grammar school, if he wrote plays himself or if he did write any plays himself, why did he suddenly stop. It makes one wonder, how Shakespeare randomly become a play writer of such high status, if his mother and father were merely close to being writers and his two daughter were said to be illiterate. org/wiki/Shakespeare_authorship_question UNknown, .
William Shakespeare was born April 23, 1564 in Stratford-Upon-Avon. William Shakespaeare, son of John Shakespeare, a glove maker and town official and Mary Arden who belonged to a family of the local gentry. Shakespeare attended King Edward VI School, a boys’ grammar school and academy in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England.
Overall, there was never enough information to elaborate on who Shakespeare really was and what he did, which leads to open opinions and arguements on who wrote these plays.