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20 Surprising Shakespeare Facts Infographic And Book Torrents - Shakespeare Facts, William Shakespeare, British Literature, English Literature, Classic Literature, Teaching Literature, English Classroom, High School English, English Lessons

20 Surprising Shakespeare Facts Infographic And Book Torrents - The Vuze Blog

Some interesting factoids about William Shakespeare and the man behind the quill assembled in a short infographic along with book torrents to download.

Shakespeare timeline - Link events in Shakespeare’s life to production of his major works. This would be great for researching what was going on in his life during the time he wrote specific plays and what might have influenced his writing. William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Timeline, Shakespeare Plays, British Literature, English Literature, Shakespeare's Life, First Folio, Gcse English, Livros

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Shakespeare timeline - Link events in Shakespeare’s life to production of his major works

Although he was a part of a small percentage of the literate English population, Shakespeare read and studied the works of many other influential authors. Many scholars cite these other writers as significant sources used in Shakespeare's playwriting. Ap Literature, British Literature, Language And Literature, Classic Literature, A Level English Literature, Gcse English, English Language Arts, Learn English, Education English

Who was on Shakespeare's bookshelf? [infographic] | OUPblog

George Bernard Shaw once remarked on William Shakespeare's "gift of telling a story (provided some one else told it to him first)." Shakespeare knew the works of many great writers, such as Raphael Holinshed, Ludovico Ariosto, and Geoffrey Chaucer. How did these men, and many others, influence Shakespeare and his work?

Like many of his contemporaries, Shakespeare’s early years were spent working with and for several playing companies. Although he may not have performed in every company, he was involved with the Queen’s Men, the Admiral’s Men, the Earl of Pembroke’s. Shakespeare Facts, Shakespeare History, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Festival, Teaching Theatre, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Teaching Resources

Shakespeare's contemporaries and collaborators [infographic] | OUPblog

While it is obvious that Shakespeare drew a tremendous amount of inspiration from Christopher Marlowe (note the effect of The Jew of Malta, Hero and Leander, and Tamburlaine on The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, and Shakespeare's history plays, respectively), this kind of borrowing and

Game of Shakespeare's Life! The Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare WebcomicThe Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic British Literature, English Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Resources, Teaching Poetry, Education English, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Shakespeare's Life

The Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain

Continuing our epic journey towards Shakespeare's 400th death anniversary on Saturday, here is a handy-dandy board game that allows you to relive all the exciting ups and downs of this master playwright's eventful life!

Game of Shakespeare's Life! The Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare WebcomicThe Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic British Literature, English Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Resources, Teaching Poetry, Education English, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Shakespeare's Life

The Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain

Continuing our epic journey towards Shakespeare's 400th death anniversary on Saturday, here is a handy-dandy board game that allows you to relive all the exciting ups and downs of this master playwright's eventful life!