Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in England on April 23 1564. He was the third and eldest child of John and Mary Arden Shakespeare. Later on while his father John was mayor of Stratford, young William attended an excellent grammar school in his town which had very high qualified teachers who were strict on disciplining students. During his grammar school years Shakespeare got his first taste of what real plays were like. After his years at grammar school William did not want to attend a university. At age fourteen he was withdrawn from school.
Once Shakespeare was eighteen he married Anne Hathaway who was about ten years older than him. Both William and Anne had three children together but yet following a year after their marriage they had their first baby girl named Susana. Later on they had a set of twins named Hamnet and Judith. Hamnet only lived till he was eleven years old because of the infection with plague that was going around in the city. After Shakespeare’s twins were baptized around 1592, not much was know about him so these years were known as “The Lost Years”. While this occurred William had left Stratford to go to London so he can pursure his career.
In the mid 1590’s Shakespeare became well known by many people in London as a established playwright. Moving to London had Shakespeare become a well-known actor, writer, and director. Soon after he became known as a poet and a playwright that many theatres called upon him to write more plays. His plays were often performed for Queen Elizabeth and her court.
William also wrote sonnets. His sonnets were describing the devotion of a character that was often identified as the poet himself. Shakespeare’s plays have been divided into separated categories such as...