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S: The Life and Times of William Shakespeare

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FC: The Life and Time of William Shakespeare By: Jennifer Moran (Period 7&8)

1: Table of contents...........................Pg 1 Essential Question...........................Pg 2-3 G.R.A.P.E.S of the Italian Renaissance ......Pg 4-5 G.R.A.P.E.S of Elizabeth England....Pg6-7 Compare & Contrast Summary...........Pg8-9 William Shakespeare's Life.........Pg10-11 William Shakespeare's Carer........Pg12 William Shakespeare's Language of his Time..Pg13 | Contents

2: Essential Questions | Question: How does the Renaissance influence literature and History? Answer: During this period of time many kinds of achievements were occurring. One of them was when Elizabeth England started paying people to make paintings and plays for her to watch. Many people started drawing for her just so they could get paid. One of the good ones she really liked was William Shakespeare's.

4: The Italian Renaissance

5: Geography: Had advantages such as thriving cities, wealthy merchant class, and the classical heritage of Greece and Rome. Some examples of the city state was Milan Florence, they would proper thanks to a wealthy merchant class and would make an investment for the art. There were also chances of over seas trade between WEstern Europe and the Middle East. As trading was occurring this meant that cultural diffusion would grow. Religion:= Most people during the Renaissance remained serious Catholics. The most common religion in Italy was people being Catholics. Achievements: Leonardo Davinci was known for his really good art, and sculptures, one of the ones that are still popular today is known as the name Mona Lisa.. Donatello and Michelangelo was known for his nude sculptures and paintings, one of the famous sculptures by him is David Politics: The Medici family and the individual monarchs started gaining power and started ruling during the Renaissance period. Economy: Many trading organizations were being made. And most trading routs were taking place in the Med. sea. Started increasing wealth in the economic situation. Society: Renaissance mans expectations were to be charming, witty,educated in the classics, he should be able to dance, sing, write poetry, and be a skilled rider, wrestler, and swords man. Then womens expatiations were to know the classics, be charming, yet not expected to see same, inspired art, but not create it, but also to be educated.

6: Geography: The transport rout was London. The English Channel was a big water way that helped the economy go up and since there wasn't a very great place to grow crops. But since in England there are different Islands, the different Islands helped grow crops better. Religion: In England there really was a decided religion, but most people were known as Christians. In England they were very strict because if any person was caught practicing another religion, there would be killed or face with another consequence. Achievements: People like William Shakespeare would usually write in the modern English so other writers would be able to learn to do any type of plays. All sorts of plays and writing were occurring during this time. Political: Monarchy was a very strict system during the political times in England, and it was being done me Elizabeth England. Economic: Many people in the town were poor and this was occurring during the Golden Age. There were many farmers markets at that point in time, so that meant a lot more trading with the farmers. Society: Men at that time were more powerful then women. People were also split into different kind of classes like Farmers, Peasants, Upper class, and Merchants

7: Elizabeth England

8: Compare and Contrast | From both Italian Renaissance, and Elizabeth England is that both were very interested in sculptures, arts and plays. Also the Economy for both of them were along the same side because they were both trading and later on that made them both wealthy. But then again both places were different in their own kinds of ways. Elizabeth England was the place where you would be more interested into their religion and art. Then the Italian Renaissance were also different because they concentrated more on humanism. Also Elizabeth England was a Monarch government and the Italian Renaissance were apart of a REpublican government.

10: William Shakespeare's life | William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in Stradford-Upon-Avon and was raised there half of his life. He grew up with 4 sisters and 3 brothers, and him being the third oldest. Later on he got married to this woman named Ann Hathaway and they had 3 children, but 1 of his sons died because of a disease that was un-known. But unfortunately Shakespeare ended up getting another woman pregnant,but still ended up staying with his wife Ann and left the other woman even though he really fell in love with the other woman. His wife Ann died in August 6, 1623, and Shakespeare himself died on April 23, 1616, but apparently his death was a mystery, and their still trying to find out what caused his death.

12: William Shakespeare's Carrier | Shakespeare was known for many of the things he did in his carrier, for example he was known for all his plays, poetry's, and as a actor. Even though he went to live in London for a little while he was still successful because he wrote 37 plays in total, but later on he moved back to his home town, Stradford-Upon-Avon. Shakespeare ended up owning one of the famous acting companies in Elizabeth England called " the Lord Chamberlains Men". Most of his plays would be acted out there. The most popular plays were " Romeo and Juliet".

13: William Shakespeare's Language of his Time | Art= Art 'tis= its is Coz= Cousin Ope= Open Hark you= Listen Oft = Often Knave= Rascal Gi'= Give Stay= Stop Ne'er=Never A'= He Thrice= Three times E'er= Ever O'er= Over

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