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  • Title: Shakespeare and London
  • Author: Duncan Salkeld
  • ISBN: 9780198709954
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback

  • Shakespeare and London By Duncan Salkeld Stratford made the man, but London made the phenomenon that is Shakespeare This volume takes an historical approach to Shakespeare s connections with London It explores Stratford s various links with the capital, significant locations for Shakespeare s work, people with whom he associated, his resistance to pressure from the City authorities, and the cultural diversity oStratford made the man, but London made the phenomenon that is Shakespeare This volume takes an historical approach to Shakespeare s connections with London It explores Stratford s various links with the capital, significant locations for Shakespeare s work, people with whom he associated, his resistance to pressure from the City authorities, and the cultural diversity of early modern London Among many aspects of his life in the City and its environs, it covers the playhouses in Shoreditch, his associations with Bishopsgate, his brother Edmund s residence on Bankside, and elements of London life that went into the making of Falstaff Being forest born , he was always an outsider and could never have been, or felt, accepted as a citizen We find him repeatedly a sojourner in the City, on the move His home and family lay in Stratford Despite his success in the capital, we might almost imagine him to have been a reluctant Londoner.Shakespeare and London draws on a range of documentary sources including City parish registers, county sessions records and the archives of London s Bridewell Hospital It sets out details about those who inhabited Shakespeare s milieu, or played some part in shaping his writing and acting career This volume is Ideal reading for undergraduates, graduates, and specialists of Shakespeare studies.
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    Shakespeare and London By Duncan Salkeld Shakespeare s London The British Library Mar , Shakespeare s London was home to a cross section of early modern English culture Its populace of roughly , people included royalty, nobility, merchants, artisans, laborers, actors, beggars, thieves, and spies, as well as refugees from political and religious persecution on the continent Drawn by England s budding economy, merchants from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and Shakespeare s London Years Shakespeare s Time In London Shakespeare s London years are generally considered to be from around to around It seems that Shakespeare lived a simple life in London While he owned at least one house there he did not maintain a London household but lived in lodgings with landlords and other lodgers. Shakespeare and London Oxford Shakespeare Aug , Shakespeare and London draws on a range of documentary sources including City parish registers, county sessions records and the archives of London s Bridewell Hospital It sets out details about those who inhabited Shakespeare s milieu, or played some part in shaping his writing and acting career This volume is Ideal reading for undergraduates Best Places to See Shakespeare in London Travel Leisure Best Places to See Shakespeare in London Top Navigation Explore Shakespeare s Farewell The Imaginative Conservative Desiring a peaceful life, Shakespeare turned his back on the tempest, returning to his home and family in Warwickshire and disappearing into the sunset of his own life As he bid farewell to London and the stage, taking his final bow, his last words to posterity were spoken in the last words of his last play. Shakespeare Wrote His Best Works During a Plague Mar , In the first decade of King James I s reign, the plague meant that London theaters were likely closed often than they were open, and Shakespeare s troupe, The King s Men, had to rely on London Experiences with royalty, Shakespeare and Harry Immersive experiences with stage, screen and sovereigns both past and present provide students a personal perspective on London. Shakespeare in lockdown did he write King Lear in plague Mar , Between and , when Shakespeare s powers as a writer were at their height, the Globe and other London playhouses were shut for an astonishing total of Welcome to Shakespeare s Globe London Shakespeare s Globe A world renowned theatre, education centre, and cultural landmark, located on the bank of the River Thames in London, UK Whilst our doors are closed, we are still very much open, online, providing Shakespeare for all STEP INSIDE OUR ONLINE VENUE Shakespeare Wrote Three of His Famous Tragedies During Mar , William Shakespeare was no stranger to the task of plying his trade amid difficult conditions. He was working in London when the bubonic plague surfaced in

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