Timon of Athens

Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare (English William Shakespeare , 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, England - April 23 (May 3) 1616, ibid.) - the greatest playwright and poet, one of the most famous playwrights in the world, the author of at least 17 comedies, 10 chronicles, 11 tragedies, 5 poems and a cycle of 154 sonnets. William Shakespeare is a real literary pride not only of Great Britain, but of all mankind.

Interest in him steadily grows as soon as a person reads at least one of his works.

I would like to get to know this genius better not only by his works, but also as a person.

Here and a problem arises: not everything is known about Shakespeare as a person.

Until now, Shakespearean scholars and writers from all over the world have expressed various assumptions about his life.

There is even a so-called group of "anti-Stradforians", which suggests that behind the pseudonym "William Shakespeare" there is a whole a group of faces, but this version has been rejected by scientists.

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William Shakespeare (English William Shakespeare , 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, England - April 23 (May 3) 1616, ibid.) - the greatest playwright and poet, one of the most famous playwrights in the world, the author of at least 17 comedies, 10 chronicles, 11 tragedies, 5 poems and a cycle of 154 sonnets. William Shakespeare is a real literary pride not only of Great Britain, but of all mankind. Interest in him steadily grows as soon as a person reads at least one of his works. I would like to get to know this genius better not only by his works, but also as a person. Here and a problem arises: not everything is known about Shakespeare as a person. Until now, Shakespearean scholars and writers from all over the world have expressed various assumptions about his life. There is even a so-called group of "anti-Stradforians", which suggests that behind the pseudonym "William Shakespeare" there is a whole a group of faces, but this version has been rejected by scientists.