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FC: William Shakespeare and England

1: Geography | -Central Europe -England belonged to Elizabethan Britan-Populous -Flocked with mountains in the north. -Rolling hills in the south. -London was at the heart of England

2: Religion | Strong believers of witchcraft | Queen Elizabeth= Roman Catholic | Blamed unexplainable events on witches | Persecuted protestants | Old and poor woman were usually accused of witchcraft

4: Achievements | Printing press | Water wheel | Pocket watch | Pencil | Telescope | Flush toilet | Traveled by horse,boat, or carriages.

6: Politics | -Government was complex. -Divided into equal regions. -Government was ruled by Queen Elizabeth l

8: Economics | -Money was all coined -Made of gold and silver -Weighed in pounds -Poor harvest

10: Society | -Status was important -Occupations varied -Some jobs were more difficult than others -Woman were subservient to men -Bottler, chaplain, an apothecary, a cordwainer and a Spinster were common occupations.

11: http://www.corbisimages.com/Enlargement/IH136026.html | http://blog.eduify.com/index.php/2009/09/01/eduify-poetry-series-william-shakespeare-sonnet-76/ | http://thewashingtonroast.com/day-history-elizabeth-excommunicated | http://blog.dugnorth.com/2008/05/19th-century-quarter-hour-automaton.html | P I C T U R E S | http://catholicknight.blogspot.com/2008/07/unbelievable-magnificent-beautiful.html | http://rectaratio.blogspot.com/2005_09_25_rectaratio_archive.html | http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/media/2916/Two-of-Galileos-first-telescopes-in-the-Institute-and-Museum | http://iat.ubalt.edu/courses/old/pbds660.185_sp07/images/news-printing-press.jpg | http://www.elizabethone.20m.com/catalog.html | http://www.examiner.com/shakespeare-in-national/shakespeare-101-what-was-elizabethan-money-like

12: W E B S I T E S | "Elizabethan Life." ELIZABETHAN ERA. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. . | "Elizabethan England Superstitions,Elizabethan Superstitions." Elizabethan Era England Life,Facts,Elizabethan Times,Famous Pirates, Explorers,Costumes,Education,Theatre. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. . | "William Shakespeare and Elizabethan Politics." William Shakespeare Biography. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. | "Elizabethan England." Shakespeare Resource Center. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. . | "Elizabethan Era Daily Life in England, Elizabethan Life." Elizabethan Era England Life,Facts,Elizabethan Times,Famous Pirates, Explorers,Costumes,Education,Theatre. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. .

13: Shakespeare

14: Early Life | -Born in April 1564 -Baptized on April 26th, 1564 -1st son but 3rd child of John and Mary -1 of 8 kids -Lived most of his life in Stratford Upon Avon -He probably attended school at Stratford Grammar School. | http://library.thinkquest.org/5175/images/stratfor.jpg

15: Family Life | http://www.shakespeares-sonnets.com/Archive/Images/Family1.JPG | -At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathwey -Anne was pregnant when they married -She was also 8 years older than he was -One year later, they had their first child;Susanna -In 1585 they had twins named Hamnet and Judith | -When Hamnet was 11, he died of an unknown cause

16: Career | Professions: -Play writer -Poet -Actor | -Wrote 37 plays along with sonnets -Acting Company named Lord Chamberlain's Men | Moved to London to pursue life as an actor in 1592 | http://www.saburchill.com/history/biblio/004.html

17: -Wrote Histories, Comedies and Tragedies. Examples History: King John Comedy: A Midsummer Night's Dream Tragedy: Romeo and Juliet | "To be or not to be"- Hamlet | "O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" -Romeo and Juliet | "This above all; to thine own self be true"-Hamlet | Plays | http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_oMf9unlVi18/TBJ4YIgoc3I/AAAAAAAAAkA/egLSiQBlvvE/s1600/romeo_juliet.jpg

18: Persona | Ciao a tutti, My name is Angelo, I am 25 years old. I am a baker in the town of Verona. My daily job activities consist of baking bread and selling it to the towns people I am the middle class, I don’t make too much or too little. I am 5 foot 9 inches and 170 pounds. I have short brown hair and big blue eyes. I try to be as friendly as possible but some of my customers are so snobby and rich. I am busy because my store is always crowded but I am attentive. I'm also hard working because my customers are some of the richest people in town, they love my bread and I do my best to keep a good reputation with them. I try not to be too talkative considering I need to stay on task, otherwise i'd have to cheat my customers out of bread and money like a lot of other bakers have to do. I would say that I am calm for the most part. I am not as skinny as most people, I eat a lot of bread, ironic! But I am a healthy weight. I have a natural face with small features. My tunic is homespun by my wife and I generally wear a shirt or vest made of cotton. My shoes are leather. I wear an apron on top of this to protect me from the flour. My home isn't as big as everyone else's but it is average. It is usually cold and damp inside and can tend to get dark. We have few windows which must be small openings with wooden shutters for security purposes. I have a wife and life most people, I married at the age of 19. We have 2 babies. One is 3 and the other is 1. I do everything I can to provide for them. Considering bread is the most important component of a diet and it is easily accessible we eat a lot of that. We are lucky enough that we can eat Manchet, which is what the upper classes eat. Although I haven't much education, my father was also a baker and I assisted him as a child. I learned the business and quickly took over. I generally like to stay neutral for the sake of my business. I sell bread to the Capulet chefs but other than that I don't come into contact with them too often..

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