How did William Shakespeare affect the Renaissance?

Answer Shakespeare was arguably the English language's greatest writer. His plays remain popular hundreds of years after his death, and his influence is still felt in art, theater and literature. In Durin... Read More »

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What did William Shakespeare eat?

It is likely that Shakespeare ate oysters. Excavations about London's famous Globe Theater show evidence of this. The renowned 16th century Renaissance author also made literary references to this ... Read More »

Who was William Shakespeare?

William Shakespeare (1564–1616) was a renowned British playwright and poet. Also known as "The Bard," Shakespeare wrote more than 154 sonnets and 37 plays, including "Hamlet," "Romeo and Juliet"... Read More »

Why is so little known about william shakespeare?

"Romeo and Juliet" and "King Lear" are known the world over as two of the most famous dramatic works ever written. Little is known, however, about their author, William Shakespeare.DisconnectAccord... Read More »

Where did William Shakespeare go to school?

No official records of William Shakespeare's education exist, but since it is known that he grew up in Stratford-upon-Avon, it is safely assumed that he attended King Edward IV Grammar School, also... Read More »