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Message de kaleid posté le 15-05-2014 à 17:59:52 (S | E | F)
je souhaiterais que quelqu'un m'aide en corrigeant mes fautes de mon exposé sur William Shakespeare.Je tiens à préciser que mon exposé est assez long, donc je comprendrais que personne ne veuille le corriger. Donc, je tiens à remercier ceux (ou celles) qui auront l'amabilité de bien vouloir m'aider.Merci pour vos réponses.
I am going to focus on the life of the famous English playwriht :William Shakespeare.
The document represents this famous author.
William Shakespeare was born at Stratford-upon-Avon in 1594 and he died in the same city in 1616.When he was born, he was christened.Shakespeare reputed for his poetic-mastery and his capacity to represent the nature of the humans.We can also estimate the influence of Shakespeare on the English culture,thanks to the many references about him.
This document refers to the position of Stratford-upon-Avon.We can see it is in the middle of England.After this picture, there are photos of Stratford-upon-Avon.We can notice a bridge and also the house of William Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare was the son of John Shakespeare a tradesman of Stratford and.He was bornat Stratford in 1531 and he died in the same city in 1601.His wife was Mary Arden.William was the eldest son and third child of his family.
When he was 18, he married Anne Hathaway in the Grafton temple in 1582 and he had 3 sons named Susanna, Hamnet and Judith.Anne was born at Shottery in 1556 and she died in 1623 at Stratford.
The document refers to the Grafton temple.We can notice there is a very magnificent church.
Shakespeare is also went in the highly reputed school "King Edward VI"
We can see in this photo the greatly school "Edward VI".
The years following 1580 are the years also known as the lost years of William Shakespeare.
Shakespeare was renowned as a famous playwright, thanks to drama like Hamlet in 1601; Othello in 1604 or Romeo and Juliet.
In 1594,Shakespeare was committed in the troop of James
Burbage,the troop was usually called "Lord Chamberlains Men".In 1611, Shakespeare took his retirement
Before he died,Shakespeare himself wrote his epitaph.
"My friend, for the love of the Savior,abstain
Dig the dirt off me.
Blessed is the man who will save these stones
But cursed be he violating my ossuary"
The legend says there are in his ossuary unprecedented works of the author, but nobody has verified by fear of the curse.
Sur ce, je vous souhaite une bonne fin journée.
Modifié par lucile83 le 15-05-2014 19:25
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