Twelfth Night. William Shakespeare and Early Modern Comedy. William Shakespeare (who was a real person). 1564-1616; born and died in Stratford-Upon-Avon; lived in London from late 1580’s to 1611, when he retires to Stratford Elizabeth I reigns 1558-1603 James II reigns 1603-1625
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William Shakespeare and Early Modern Comedy
As you read Twelfth Night,
you are likely to find that it
is a trifle “snobby” in its dislike of social climbers.Its original audience was
gentlemen and it was
written for a private theatre.