Short article on "Biography of William Shakespere"?

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Anonymous User asked 21-Nov-2017 in Literature & Language by Anonymous User

Short article on 'Biography of William Shakespere'?

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Anonymous User answered 21-Nov-2017 by Anonymous User
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon on twenty-third April 1564. He belonged to a businessman family as his father William was a local businessman and mother Mary was the daughter of a landowner. His family strongly supported him financially in his studies, well there is no evidence found of William attending any university.
Short article on 'Biography of William Shakespere'?
Shakespeare married an 18-year-old girl named Anne Hathaway in the year 1582. Later they had 3 children Susanna, Hamnet, and Juliet. William only son Hamnet died at the age of 11.
Shakespeare after marriage information is little unclear but it is said that he spent most of his time in London and engaged his life in acting and writing plays.
Due to some well-timed investments, William Shakespeare was capable to secure a firm money background, feat time for writing and acting. The most effective of those investments was owning plots near his hometown Stratford in 1605 that presently doubled in worth.

It appeared William Shakespeare didn’t mind being absent from his family – he solely came home throughout season once all the theatres were closed. It’s thought that in the 1590s he wrote the bulk of his sonnets. This was a time of prolific writing and his plays developed an honest deal of interest and contention. His early plays were in the main comedies
By the first Seventeenth Century, William Shakespeare had begun to write down plays within the genre of tragedy. The plays, like Hamlet, fictitious character and King Lear, usually devolve on some fatal error or flaw within the lead character and supply fascinating insights into the darker aspects of the attribute. These later plays are thought of Shakespeare’s finest achievements.

William Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets and 38 plays which are still remembered worldwide. Some of his most popular plays are Twelfth Night, Henry V, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, Othello. With his marvelous achievements and writing skills, he will be remembered forever.
Anonymous User commented 09-Apr-2019 by Anonymous User
Thanks for answering.