The Literary Genius Of William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliette, Othello, King Lear, And Macbeth

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William Shakespeare is an intriguing and well-known playwright and is considered to be the face of literature. Through the brainstorming of his greatest plays Romeo and Juliette, Othello, King Lear, and Macbeth, just to name a few, Shakespeare’s most famous play seemingly enough is Hamlet. This play is mostly evoked for its intrinsic worth however, it has its imperfections. Shakespeare will forever live on as the literary genius of the century because of the internal tragedies he endured that gave him the opportunity to express his conflicted emotions through plays that would leave a lasting impression on people across the globe.
William Shakespeare was born to Mary Arden and John Shakespeare. There are no records of his actual birthday, but based on the day he was baptized, which was April 26, 1564, they assume from this information that his birthday was near April 23, 1564. Apparently he died on his birthday in 1616, however most people believe that to be a myth (Bio). Shakespeare’s education is also a mystery, however “scholars have surmised that he most likely attended the King 's New School, in Stratford, which taught reading, writing and the classics” (Bio). Not many people know the facts of his education, which steadily increases the debate about if his works were ripped off of a number of other playwrights. Oddly enough, William Shakespeare’s personal life, outside of sonnets and plays, remains a mystery. There were two periods of time in Shakespeare’s life called,

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