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Brenda Hill
March, 9, 2014 Mrs. Wilson10th Grade |


He is known as the greatest writer of all time, and is also the man of words; he has written countless plays, poems, and many other writings. While being best known for being an English national poet, this man is considered to be the greatest dramatist of all time. His name you might ask, is William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is indeed a wonderful playwright and poet. But just how did he become this great writer? What kinds of plays did he write? What kind of life did he lead? Throughout Shakespeare’s life, he became the greatest writer of all time, left a major influence on modern literature, and left countless works for us to enjoy.
William Shakespeare led a busy life in order to become a great writer. His life is full of mysterious and unknown secrets. Shakespeare had no birth records but he was believed to be born on April 23, 1564. Shakespeare was baptized later at the “Holy Trinity Church” on April 26. Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom. His father was John Shakespeare who was married to
Mary Arden.   Shakespeare was the third child and first son of the two; his older sisters were Joan and Judith and his three younger brothers were gilbert, Richard and Edmund. Scholars believed that Shakespeare attended King’s New School, which taught reading writing and classics. When Shakespeare turned eight-teen he married Anne Hathaway on November 28, 1582.   They had three children together, with their eldest daughter named Suanne and a set of twins named Hamlet and Judith. After the birth of the twins there was a total of seven years of Shakespeare’s life that was unrecorded. Suspiciously, Shakespeare’s only son Hamlet dies of unknown causes at the age of eleven after this seven year disappearance. Shakespeare did many things to establish...


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