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Hello , everyone!. Let me make an brief introduction on Shakespeare to you!. William Shakespeare. -1564--1616. Life and times Works My creation . Life and times. Birth –1564 & Early years Marriage –1582 The lost years –1586-1592

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Hello , everyone!

Let me make an brief introduction on Shakespeare to you!


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William Shakespeare

-1564--1616

  • Life and times

  • Works

  • My creation


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Life and times

Birth –1564 & Early years

Marriage –1582

The lost years –1586-1592

Upstart Crow—1592

The Lord Chamberlain's Men—poet & lover

The Great Globe—1599

King’s men—1603

Romance & Reconciliation– 1608

Final years & Retirement—1611

Death--1616



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William Shakespeare's

Hometown

Stratford

Upon-Avon


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Built in the 1960's, the Globe Theatre is a non-profit organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre


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King James I organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

When James I came to the throne, the troupe was designated by the new King as ‘King’s Men’.


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William Shakespeare is buried in organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. His grave carries his well-known epitaph: Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear,

To dig the dust enclosed here

Blest be the man that spares these

stones, But cursed be he that moves my

bones.


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  • Works organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

People analyze Shakespeare's life and works to understand his long-lasting and broad appeal. His deep understanding of human nature and a broad knowledge contributed to his development of vivid and varied characters from many walks of life and his creative use of language. Shakespeare's knowledge included music, law, the Bible, military science, politics, the sea, history, hunting, woodcraft, sports, and theater. In his literary works, he wrote of Kings, drunkards, generals, pickpockets, shepherds, hired killers and thugs, and philosophers. His understanding of people and their nature enabled him to create dramatic characters whose struggles and often failures extended beyond the setting of his plays.


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《Much Ado About Nothing》 organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

Romeo and Juliet


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Poetry organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.:

In his poetry, the Sonnets are considered as the exotic flowers in British poetry world that times. Shakespeare's sonnets comprise a collection of 154 poems in the sonnet form by William Shakespeare. Their themes are love, beauty, poetry and the effects of time on all three. They were probably written over a period of several years, early in Shakespeare's literary career.


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Enjoying : organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?

Thou are more lovely and more temperate:

Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,

And summer's lease hath all too short a date:

Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,

. And often is his gold complexion dimmed,

. And every fair from fair sometime declines,

By chance, or nature's changing course untrimmed:

But thy eternal summer shall not fade,

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Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest, organization presenting classical and modern plays using an Elizabethan stage.

Nor shall death brag thou wanderest in his shade,

When in eternal lines

to time thou growest,

So long as men can

breathe, or eyes can see,

So long lives this,

and this gives life to thee.


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This is one of the most famous of all the sonnets, justifiably so.

perhaps in the early days of his love, there is no such self-doubt and the eternal summer of the youth is preserved forever in the poet's lines. The poem also works at a rather curious level of achieving its objective through dispraise. The summer's day is found to be lacking in so many respects (too short, too hot, too rough, sometimes too dingy), but curiously enough one is left with the abiding impression that 'the lovely boy' is in fact like a summer's day at its best, fair, warm, sunny, temperate, one of the darling buds of May, and that all his beauty has been wonderfully highlighted by the comparison.


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I lay my love on you.

Just a smile and the rain is gone,

Can hardly believe it;

Just a smile and the sun is out,

Can never believe it.

But this is true,

Only you and you alone can thrill

my heart with love.

My heartbeat will accelerate the

Moment I see you,

I never know that love could feel

So good.

You change my world

And I lay my love on you.


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One sentence can express my feeling : justifiably so.

A sincere love was once presented before me .Yet I did not cherish its loss. Alas ,no agony on earth could be compared with this. If God will kindly give me more chance, I will say to him: I love you .If there must have a time frame to that love, I hope it will stretch ten thousand years!


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Thank you justifiably so.

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