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Shakespeare- The man of
the theatre…read more

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When did Shakespeare
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Where did Shakespeare live?
Shakespeare lived most of his life in
Stratford upon Avon in Warwickshire.
But after building the Globe he lived in…read more

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What is he famous for?
Shakespeare was famous for
writing plays and poems about
love, jealousy, tragedy ,
comedy, revenge and violence
.He brought his plays to life in
his own theatre called the
Globe Theatre in London.…read more

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All's Well That Ends
Well Measure for Measure
Antony and Cleopatra The Merchant of Venice
As You Like It The Merry Wives of
The Comedy of Errors Windsor
Coriolanus A Midsummer Night's
Cymbeline Much Ado About Nothing
Hamlet Othello: the Moor of
Henry IV, Part 1 Venice
Henry IV, Part 2 Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Henry V Richard II
Henry VI, Part 1 Richard III
Henry VI, Part 2 Romeo and Juliet
Henry VI, Part 3 The Taming of the Shrew
Henry VIII, or All is The Tempest
True Timon of Athens
Julius Caesar Titus Andronicus
King John Troilus and Cressida
King Lear Twelfth Night
Love's Labour's Lost The Two Gentlemen of…read more

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Family Tree
Will's father John was a glove maker and a wool merchant who married to
Mary Arden. William had eight brothers and sisters. In 1582, he married to
Anne Hathaway who gave birth to a daughter called Susanna in 1583 and
twins called Judith and Hamnet in 1585.…read more

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