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By: Niles Jesse & Veronica
Shakespeare Early Life
Shakespeare was bon in Stratford-upon-Avon.
He was born on April 26 1564.
Shakespeare did not come from a noble family.
He got married at the age of 18 to Anne Hathaway.
Shakespeare didn’t go to university.
Shakespeare’s had 3 kids, one boy and two girls.
His only boy, Hamnet died at age of 11 probably from
the black plague.
Shakespeare’s Works
• Shakespeare was an amazing play writer he is regarded as
the worlds greatest writer in the English language.
• he wrote mostly tragedies and comedies.
• Shakespeare is well known for Romeo and Juliet and
• Queen Elizabeth loved his plays.
• He wrote 37 plays that we know of.
• He proformed at the Globle Theater and even poor
people could go to his pays.
Shakespeare Late Life
• Shakespeare died on April 23 1616 (the day he was born)
He wrote plays throughout his life.
His works are still read and preformed today.
People write Shakespearian sonnets inspired by Shakespeare.
He died in the same town he was born.