William Shakespeare Разработано для старших классов Учителем английского языка Русаковой Л.В (школа 593 Невского района) - презентация
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William Shakespeare Разработано для старших классов Учителем английского языка Русаковой Л.В (школа 593 Невского района)
Contents: 1. Biography Early life Stratford-upon-Avon – is a birthplace The Globus 2. Chronology of Shakespeares plays 3. Tasks 4. Literature
The parish register of Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, shows that he was baptized there on April 26, 1564; his birthday is traditionally celebrated on April 23. His father, John Shakespeare, was a burgess of the borough, who in 1565 was chosen an alderman and in 1568 bailiff (the position corresponding to mayor, before the grant of a further charter to Stratford in 1664).
Shakespeare did not go on to the university, and indeed it is unlikely that the tedious round of logic, rhetoric, and other studies then followed there would have interested him. Instead, at the age of 18 he married.
How Shakespeare spent the next eight years or so, until his name begins to appear in London theatre records, is not known. It is not clear how his career in the theatre began; but from about 1594 onward he was an important member of the company of players known as the Lord Chamberlain's Men (called the King's Men after the accession of James I in 1603).
They had the best actor, Richard Burbage; they had the best theatre, the Globe; they had the best dramatist, Shakespeare. It is no wonder that the company prospered. Shakespeare became a full-time professional man of his own theatre, sharing in a cooperative enterprise and intimately concerned with the financial success of the plays he wrote.
Stratford-upon-Avon lies at the very heart of England. It attracts people not only by its history and connection with William Shakespeare, but also by its wonderful nature and typical English character. Stratford stands on the river Avon and is one of the oldest market towns. It has still preserved its own character and atmosphere, as you will not see modern buildings there.
Here you can visit Shakespeares birthplace (it is a museum now), Anna Hathaways cottage (the early home of Shakespeares wife), the foundations of the New Place, where Shakespeare lived when he retired and died in 1616 (now there is only a wonderful garden on the place of the house)
Just round the corner there is Grammar school that Shakespeare used to attend. Here in Stratford there is Holy Trinity Church where William Shakespeare was buries. Thousands of people from all parts of England and foreign visitors come here on Shakespeares birthday (23rd April) to pay tribute to the great poet.