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William Shakespeare. A Man of Words. Table of Contents. Who is William Shakespeare? Shakespeare’s Life Work Shakespeare’s Most Reproduced Works Later Years and Death. Who is William Shakespeare?. Born in April of 1954 Shakespeare was.. *The third child born of eight *A husband

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    1. William Shakespeare A Man of Words

    2. Table of Contents • Who is William Shakespeare? • Shakespeare’s Life Work • Shakespeare’s Most Reproduced Works • Later Years and Death

    3. Who is William Shakespeare? Born in April of 1954 Shakespeare was.. *The third child born of eight *A husband *A father of three *An actor *A playwright *Part owner of a playing company, (Lord Chamberlain’s Men

    4. Shakespeare’s Lost Years After the birth of his twins there are few historical traces of Shakespeare until he’s mentioned as part of a London Theatre scene in 1952.

    5. Shakespeare’s Life Work • Romeo and Juliet Coriolanus • Titus Andronicus • Timon of Athens • Julius Caesar • Macbeth • Hamlet • Roils and Cressida • King Lear • Othello • Antony and Cleopatra • Cymbeline • Venus and Adonis • The Rape of Lucrece • The Passionate Pilgrim • The Phoenix and the Turtle • A Lover’s Complaining • Love’s Labour’s Won • The History of Cardenio • Arden of Faversham • The Birth of Merlin • Edward III • Locrine • The London Prodigal • The Puritan • The Second Maiden’s Tragedy • Sir John Oldcastle • Thomas Lord Cromwell • A Yorkshire Tragedy • All’s Well That Ends Well • As You Like It • The Comedy of Errors • Love’s Labour’s Lost • Measure for Measure • The Merchant of Venice • The Merry Wives of Windsor • A Midsummer Night’s Dream • Much Ado About Nothing • Pericles, Prince of Tyre • The Taming of the Shrew The Tempest • Twelfth Night • The Two Gentlemen of Verona • The Two Noble Kinsmen • The Winter’s Tale • King John Richard II • Henry IV, Parts 1&2 • Henry V • Henry VI, Parts 1-3 • Richard III

    6. His Work on Paper and Stage Most Reproduced Works

    7. Most Reproduced Works Hamlet King Lear Othello Henry V Macbeth Romeo and Juliet • Romeo & Juliet (1968) • West Side Story (1961) His Work on Paper and Stage

    8. Later Years and Death • Believed to have retired some years before his death in Stratford • Last work dated in 1613 • Died April 23rd, 1616 • John Fletcher • Shakespeare’s processor as writer at The Lord Chamberlain’s Men and thought to be co-writer of his last three works.

    9. References Text & Music references Picture &Movie Trailer references • www.william-shakespeare.info/ • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Shakespeare • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fletcher • Fine Music Vol. 1 by William Slotzman • brunswick.k12.me.us • bookstakeyouplaces.wordpress.com • chestofbooks.com • littrip.wikispaces.com • 4umi.com • guardian.co.uk • en.wikipedia.org • examiner.com • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LOfgaSvKz8 (1968) • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzj8T9QxEeQ

    10. The End