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«Написанное слово в веках живёт…»
Работу выполнила:
Листровая Мария Сергеевна
Студентка 1 курса
Специальность «Туризм»
Руководитель проекта:
преподаватель английского языка
Ерина Татьяна Фёдоровна
г.Нижний Новгород
1. My attitude to the selected topic.
2. The Biography of William Shakespeare.
3. The Works of William Shakespeare.
4. The List of Famous Works.
5. The written word lives in centuries.
My attitude to the selected topic.
I like Shakespeare’s works, that’s why I have chosen the
theme “The written word lives in the centuries…”. I
want to tell about this great man. Shakespeare’s life
and his works are still interesting to people. They are
always relevant and instructive. Many words of
Shakespeare became aphorisms.
William Shakespeare is the
greatest English writer, poet
and playwright of
Renaissance . He is famous
not only in England but all
over the world.
William Shakespeare was born on 23 of April 1564 in
Stratford-upon-Avon in England. He was the son of
John Shakespeare and Mary Arden. William was the
third child from eight children and the eldest
surviving son. His father wanted his son to be a welleducated person. Shakespeare learned at the King’s
New School in Stratford.
At the age of 18 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway.
They had the daughter Susanna and the twins. They
were the Son Hamnet and the daughter Judith. After
the birth of the twins Shakespeare left a native town
and his family. He went to London where he created a
lot of famous works.
Shakespeare’s creative life lasted about 20 years. He
wrote sonnets, tragedies and different kinds of
comedies, which became classics. Shakespeare's
literary work is usually divided into three periods.
Shakespeare’s sonnets belong to the first period of
his creation. He wrote a number of comedies. The best
were “A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "A Comedy
of Errors“. They all are written in his playful manner
and in the brilliant poetry.
The tragedy “Hamlet” opens the second period of
works of the poet. Other famous tragedies such as
“Othello”, “Macbeth”, “King Lear” were also written at
this time. In the plays of this period the dramatist
reaches his full maturity. He presents great humans
problems. His tragedies made Shakespeare the
greatest humanist of the English Renaissance.
Shakespeare's plays of the third period are called the
"Romantic dramas". There is no tragic tension in these
plays.. They were “Cymbeline", "The Winters Tale",
"Henry 8".
Shakespeare wrote 37 plays: 10 tragedies, 17 comedies,
10 historical plays . He also left 7 books of poems.
Most of Shakespeare's plays were not published in his
Shakespeare spent the last years in the native town. He
died, ironically, on the same date as his birthday, the
23d of April, 1616.
Shakespeare are “Romeo and
Juliet” (1597), “Hamlet” (1603),
“Othello” (1604), “King Lear”
(1608), “Macbeth” (1623) ,
“Julius Caesar” (1623), “A
Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
Four hundred years later his plays are still acted not only in
England, but also in the whole world.
His literature still remains highly claimed and appreciated.
Thousands of theatres stage his plays throughout the world
and lots of film companies shoot new versions of already
known Shakespeare stories. The written words of William
Shakespeare live in centuries.
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