Biography of William Shakespeare

  • Full Name: William Shakespeare
  • Place of Birth: Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Nationality: British
William Shakespeare is a great British humanist and poet. Born in 1564, many playwriting about tragedy, comedy, history, narrative poems and sonatas. Playwright who wrote a lot of the big screen such as Julius Caesar and Romeo & Juliet. The most productive year for Shakespeare between 1583 and 1613. His works have been translated into many languages ​​and staged in various parts of the world.

Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, April 1564, son of John Sekspeare and Mary Arden. He came from a middle. At school he had a lot to learn Latin, Greek and Roman philosophers work, stories from various places such as Italy, France, Asia Minor and North Africa. Some of these stories into isnpirasi works of Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare
The Golden Ass Apuleius works, inspired Shakespeare's work entitled The Dream of Middle Season. Romeo and Juliet is the story of the 16th century by Luigi da Porta from Italy who swear that the story is based on real stories.

Shakespeare then went to London, a career in the theater and playwright. When he was 30 late Shakespeare is considered a leading British playwrights. Ten years later, he was led to great works such as Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth and King Lear.

In early 1590an, William Shakepseare has become a well-known playwright and actor in London. Dated 28 November 1582 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway who was eight years older. They have three children, Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith.

Shakespeare became a very popular actor. Queen Elizabeth I and King James I even really liked his work. In the reign of James I, Shakespeare and his friends known as "The King" because King James I became a loyal audience in the dramas Shakespeare drama. Shakespeare often performed in the royal palace, in the Globe theater and drama in their homes, and the theater Blackfriars. To earn more money, they also touring around the UK.

Elizabethan theater-shaped multi-storey wood buildings. Audience sits on three sides or stand in the middle of the floor. The middle part of the roof open theater since that time there has been no artificial lighting. Globe theater is always busy and crowded. William Shakespeare wrote for 25 years, producing works 36-39 with topics ranging from romance comics to civil war, from domestic games until the political events that stir the world. Shakespeare stopped writing in 1611 and died in 1616.