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INTRODUCTION

William Shakespeare was an English poet, he was born on 26th April 1564 and died on 23rd April 1616. He has wrote approximately thrity-eight plays over his time and one hundred and fifty four sonnets , two long narrative poets. His most famous plays are Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet.

FACTS ABOUT HIS LIFE

He was born in Stratford-upon-Haven. His dad is John Shakespeare , when he was 18 he married 26 year old Anne Hathaway. Shakespeare got notice by performing his first few plays on the London stage in 1592, after he was noticed from around London. In 1599 Shakespeare had made his own theatre called the “Globe” on the Thames; it was unfortunately burnt down on June 29th 1613.

FACTS ABOUT THE GLOBE THEATRE

The Globe theatre was built in 1599 and burnt down on 1613. This is because of a big fire it was rebuilt on 1614. It was built from timber which is wood and its architecture is and dome, some people say it is like an collesium. It took six months to build (the official Globe theatre). Rich people frequently visited the Globe theatre because it was like there TV in their era; it costed one penny to get inside which would be five pound nowadays. There were no seats inside the theatre so everyone had to stand up through the play. In the theatre there is a tap door which would be for people who had died or came from Hell in an play. Also the higher you stand and watch the play it shows how richer you are. If you where to sit in the pitch you would be asked to take your part in the lay. If you where unlucky you would get pick pocketed.

HOW IT FELT TO BE A WOMEN IN 1600S

Despite the fact a single woman ruled England in Shakespeare’s era women were considered as the weaker sex. When a women is married she is considered to bear children. They where viewed as an person who had to always be prepared to do what they where told to do. Women didn’t really have jobs, they would stay at home and look after the children; when they had spare time they would have to clean the house and make breakfast, lunch and dinner. They would have no freedom until their un-married.

CONCLUSION

This is what Shakespeare’s life was like, how the Globe theatre was built and developed and how a women’s life was. It was tough for women but easy for Shakespeare; the Globe theatre was an main attraction. The end! Continue reading

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