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In lieu of external evidence, such extrapolations about Shakespeare's life have often been made from the internal "evidence" of his writings. But this method is unsatisfactory: one cannot conclude, for example, from his allusions to the law that Shakespeare was a lawyer; for he was clearly a writer, who without difficulty could get whatever knowledge he needed for the composition of his plays.
Career in the theatre.
The first reference to Shakespeare in the literary world of London comes in 1592, when a fellow dramatist, Robert Greene, declared in a pamphlet written on his deathbed: There is an upstart crow, beautified with our feathers, that with his Tiger’s heart wrapped in a Player’s hide supposes he is as well able to bombast out a blank verse as the best of you; and, being an absolute Johannes Factotum, is in his own conceit the only Shake-scene in a country. It is difficult to be certain what these words mean; but it is clear that they are insulting and that Shakespeare ...
At the age of 18 (in 1582) William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, 8 years his senior. His wife was the daughter of a farmer in a village near by. They had 3 children: Susanna, the eldest and the twins Hamnet and Judith. We find Shakespeare in London 1586. He went to the Capital to try his fortune there.
The story goes that in London he started earning his living by tending the horses of the gentlemen who came riding to the playhouse.
a horse keeper
a stage boy
a play mender
By the turn of the century Shakespeare was a prosperous man so that he had money to spare to pay his father debts and to buy a coat of arms for him. In 1600 Shakespeare bought the largest house in Stratford known as New place.
We also know that Shakespeare attended King Edward VI Grammar School in Stratford, where he studied Latin, Rhetoric, History, and some Greek. In 1582 he married Anne Hathaway. They had three children, Susanna, and the twins, Hamnet and Judith. After 1587 , when five touring companies of actors visited Stratford, Shakespeare went to London to become an actor and writer. He soon become very rich. His plays had enormous success.
The first record we have of Shakespeare'life after of his marriage. Robert Greene , the dramatist refers to him as "an upstart crow. Beautified with our feathers", and "being an absolute Johannes Factotum, is in his own conceit the only Shake- scene in a country". He was connected with one of the most successful companies of actors in london , the Lord Chamberlain's Men , where Skakespeare was both an actor and the principal playwright.
Among the actors of the company there were the famous Richard Burbage, (who created the roles of Hamlet, King Lear and ...
Actors often belonging to the lowest social categories wore cast away clothes which used to belong to nobleman. Costumes were the most valuable property of the theater and the use of genuine pieces of clothing often conditioned the success of the performance.
Secondly the very theatrical practice of having boys acting female roles presupposed the contamination of gender definitions. Shakespeare used the device of disguising the leading female role in a number of comedies. Disguise allows for the compounding of comic confusion, in its potential for mistaken identity and dramatic irony.
In “As You Like It”, Rosalind’s disguise is first adopted as a protection. As the heroine in the comedy, Rosalind exemplifies the best of virtues to be found in a Renaissance English woman. She is intelligent, warm and strong of character.
When she decides to dress up as a boy, Rosalind seems to think a mannish outside sufficient to convince the world at large. She ...
Romeo and his friends Mercutio and Benvolio put on masks and attend the ball, where Romeo meets the beautiful Juliet and falls instantly in love. Later that night Romeo goes to Juliet’s balcony, and they exchange vows of love.
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art 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 sometimes declines,
By chance, or nature’s changing course untrimmed.
But thy eternal summer shall not fade,
Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st
Nor shall Death brag thou wand’rest in his shade,
When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st.
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.
The action takes place in Denmark around year 1200. The queen becomes a widow after the king Hamlet's death. Two month later she gets married. Her husband is the king Hamlet's brother, Claudius. But the young Hamlet is deeply sad and he wears all the time black clothes. He is very suspicious about his father's death and he thinks his step father is the murder because he spoke to his dead father's ghost.
For a time he worked at the Blackfriars Theatre where he prepared old plays for public performance, acted occasionallyand, in brief, made himself so generally useful that he was a Jack- of- all- trades. Afterwards, when his own plays began to appear, his greatness was acknowledged and Shakespeare found himself on the high road to fame and fortune.
Besides, the plot line, involving two older men and their respective family problems, is only a small part of the play. King Lear is about much, much more and undoubtedly reflects deeper concerns that Shakespeare had developed in his already considerable experience as a playwright.
By the time he wrote King Lear, this adventurous young man from Stratford had led a remarkable life, even for Elizabethan times, which we tend to think of as more exciting than our own. During the reign of Elizabeth I, England experienced a period of relative stability and, more important, prosperity. All the arts flourished, but the growth of drama was nothing short of phenomenal. At the zenith of Elizabeth’s power and influence, William Shakespeare came to London and wrote the 37 plays that have established him as the greatest playwright in the English language.
How did it all begin? What purpose drove him to produce this incredible body of work? Where did his inspiration come from? There are many ...
Căci Romeo era un îndrăgos¬tit sincer şi pătimaş, în stare să-şi piardă somnul din pricina iubirii şi să fugă de lume ca să fie singur, cu gândul numai la Rosalina, care-1 dispreţuia şi nu-i răsplătea dragostea nici cu cel mai umil semn de bunăvoinţă. Benvolio dorea să-şi vindece prietenul de această dra¬goste, arătându-i sumedenia de femei, de tot soiul, şi ducându-1 în lume. Aşadar, tânărul Romeo, cu Benvolio şi cu prietenul lor Mercu-ţio se duseră mascaţi la această petrecere a Capuleţilor. Bătrânul Ca¬pulet le ură bun venit şi le spuse că doamnele, ale căror picioare erau nevătămate de bătături, aveau să dănţuiască cu ei.
El are intotdeauna ceva de ascuns,ceva ce nu pot descoperi nici macar celelalte personaje ale tragediei ; chiar si cel mai atent si istet cititor nu pot afla tot ce este de aflat despre print.
Actor si dramaturg:
Shakespeare s-a facut cunoscut in Londra prin trilogia dramatica despre Henric al VI-lea, in anul 1592. Un dramaturg invidios, contemporan cu Shakespeare, Robert Greene l-a intitulat intr-un pamflet “un cioroi parvenit”. Greene l-a batjocorit pe Shakespeare deoarece acesta nu avea studii superioare. In generatiile urmatoare unii l-au considerat “copilul inspirat al naturii”, iar altii au banuit un fals, presupunand ca a fost doar “numele” folosit de un creator eminent, ca Francis Bacon, care scria piese de teatru in timpul liber.
Din cauza unei epidemii in 1593-1594, in Londra s-au inchis toate teatrele si Shakespeare a putut sa se concentreze asupra poeziei, sub patronajul prietenului sau, Contele de Southampton. Odata cu incetarea epidemiei, Shakespeare s-a alaturat unui nou teatru(Lord Chamberlain’s Men) ca actor si dramaturg. In urmatorii ani scrie mai ales comedii si piese istorice, dar si renumita tragedie “Romeo & Julieta” ce dateaza din ...
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Dupa ce il ucide pe Paris, Romeo ia si el otrava, o saruta pe Julieta pentru ultima, iar apoi moare. Julieta se trezeste dupa ce a trecut efectul potiunii, dar cand vede ca Romeo a murit se sinucide si ea.
La inceputul piesei, Romeo sufera din cauza Rosalindei, care nu ii impartaseste dragostea. Isi petrece majoritatea timpului suspinind din cauza unei vieti amoroase disperate. Este mentionat la inceput ca un ratacitor fara cauza, preocupat de Rosalinda. Familia sa se intreaba care ar putea fi cauza deznadejdii sale. Rosalinda este obsesia lui Romeo, desi din descrierile lui ni se releva superficialitatea dragostei sale.
Datarea operelor shakespeareene nu a fost rezolvata de o maniera satisfa¬catoare nici macar pentru o majoritate confortabila a specialistilor. Astfel stand lucrurile, cronologia de mai jos, propusa de F.E. Hallidayi, este doar o optiune oarecare. Titlurile englezesti ale pieselor sunt cele din The New Arden Shukespeare, traducerile preiau mai ales titlurile din Shakespeare, Opere complete, ESPLA, Bucuresti; in ultima coloana se mentioneaza prima traducere a piesei respective in limba romana.2 impartirea pe perioade este una dintre cele mai frecvente.
Puterea genială a minţii lui Eminescu „a dat în forme artistice-cum spunea -Titu Maiorescu-reprezentări concrete imagistice conceptelor filozofice implacabile”. Dragostea lui Eminescu pentru folclorul romînesc este vizibilă în toate poeziile, el însuşi mărturisindu-şi rădăcinile spirituale înfipte adînc în sufletul neamului său: „Dumnezeul geniului m-a sorbit din popor cum soarbe soarele un nour de aur din marea din amar.”
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