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I have to make a collage about Shakespeare. I found a lot of pictures, but can someone give me a link to where I can find a picture of him and his family?

Also, does anyone know any words that I can put into my collage that are about Shakespeare. Like words that describe him, or some of his books? thanks

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  • 1 decade ago
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    William Shakespeare (1564–1616), `The Bard of Avon', English poet and playwright wrote the famous 154 Sonnets and numerous highly successful oft quoted dramatic works including the tragedy of the Prince of Denmark, Hamlet;


    It is generally agreed that most of the Shakespearean Sonnets were written in the 1590s, some printed at this time as well. Others were written or revised right before being printed. 154 sonnets and "A Lover's Complaint" were published by Thomas Thorpe as Shakespeare Sonnets in 1609. The order, dates, and authorship of the Sonnets have been much debated with no conclusive findings. Many have claimed autobiographical details from them, including sonnet number 145 in reference to Anne. The dedication to "Mr. W.H." is said to possibly represent the initials of the third earl of Pembroke William Herbert, or perhaps being a reversal of Henry Wriothesly's initials. Regardless, there have been some unfortunate projections and interpretations of modern concepts onto centuries old works that, while a grasp of contextual historical information can certainly lend to their depth and meaning, can also be enjoyed as valuable poetical works that have transcended time and been surpassed by no other.


    Some probably inspired by Shakespeare's study of Lives (trans.1597) by Greek historian and essayist Plutarch and Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles (1587). Some are reworkings of previous stories, many based on English or Roman history. The dates given here are when they are said to have been first performed, followed by approximate printing dates in brackets, listed in chronological order of performance.

    Titus Andronicus first performed in 1594 (printed in 1594),

    Romeo and Juliet 1594-95 (1597),

    Hamlet 1600-01 (1603),

    Julius Caesar 1600-01 (1623),

    Othello 1604-05 (1622),

    Antony and Cleopatra 1606-07 (1623),

    King Lear 1606 (1608),

    Coriolanus 1607-08 (1623), derived from Plutarch

    Timon of Athens 1607-08 (1623), and

    Macbeth 1611-1612 (1623).


    Shakespeare's series of historical dramas, based on the English Kings from John to Henry VIII were a tremendous undertaking to dramatise the lives and rule of kings and the changing political events of his time. No other playwright had attempted such an ambitious body of work. Some were printed on their own or in the First Folio (1623).

    King Henry VI Part 1 1592 (printed in 1594);

    King Henry VI Part 2 1592-93 (1594);

    King Henry VI Part 3 1592-93 (1623);

    King John 1596-97 (1623);

    King Henry IV Part 1 1597-98 (1598);

    King Henry IV Part 2 1597-98 (1600);

    King Henry V 1598-99 (1600);

    Richard II 1600-01 (1597);

    Richard III 1601 (1597); and

    King Henry VIII 1612-13 (1623)

    Comedies, again listed in chronological order of performance.

    Taming of the Shrew first performed 1593-94 (1623),

    Comedy of Errors 1594 (1623),

    Two Gentlemen of Verona 1594-95 (1623),

    Love's Labour's Lost 1594-95 (1598),

    Midsummer Night's Dream 1595-96 (1600),

    Merchant of Venice 1596-1597 (1600),

    Much Ado About Nothing 1598-1599 (1600),

    As You Like It 1599-00 (1623),

    Merry Wives of Windsor 1600-01 (1602),

    Troilus and Cressida 1602 (1609),

    Twelfth Night 1602 (1623),

    All's Well That Ends Well 1602-03 (1623),

    Measure for Measure 1604 (1623),

    Pericles, Prince of Tyre 1608-09 (1609),

  • 1 decade ago <Photooo!

    A Lover's Complaint


    All's Well That Ends Well


    Antony and Cleopatra


    As You Like It


    Comedy of Errors








    Julius Caesar


    King Henry IV Part 1


    King Henry IV Part 2


    King Henry V


    King Henry VI Part 1


    King Henry VI Part 2


    King Henry VI Part 3


    King Henry VIII

    King Lear


    Measure for Measure

    Merchant of Venice

    Merry Wives of Windsor

    Midsummer Night's Dream

  • 5 years ago

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