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Shakespeare's Life

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When was Shakespeare born? April23,1564
In what town did Shakespeare grow up? Stratford-upon-Avon
Who were the two reigning monarchs during Shakespeare's life Elizabeth the 1st and James the 1st
What three genres were Shakespeare's plays divided into in the First Folio? Comedy,History,Tragedy
Which are the longest and shortest plays written by Shakespeare? Hamlet and Comedy of Errors
Who did NOT portray Hamlet on film? Colin Farrell
In what poetic meter did Shakespeare compose the majority of his plays and verse? iambic pentameter
How many plays and sonnets did Shakespeare write? 37 plays,154 sonnets
In what outdoor theatre did Shakespeare present most of his plays The Globe
Who helped Shakespeare publish his First Folio after his death Two actors from his company (Iaggard and Bount)
Created by: 88KaiTay