Shakespeare, We Love- workshop

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  1. Shakespeare studied at King Edward VI School but he left at fifteen when his father began to have financial difficulties.

  2. William Shakespeare’s father was a glovemaker . His father not only lived in the house, but also worked there. Shakespeare certainly helped his father in the manufacture of gloves and he also learned the technique.

  3. I found it interesting that Shakespeare’s father was a glove maker in his own home, and his son probably helped him with that.

  4. Shakespeare studied at King Edward VI school but due to his fathers finalcially issues he was forced to left the school.

  5. Shakespeare studied at King Edward VI school. But due to his father financially issues he was forced to left the school.

  6. I think it’s interesting that Shakespeare’s father was a glovemaker, and that for that reason Shakespeare inserted references about gloves in his plays.

  7. I found interesting that the teaching was all about Latin and Greek translating. Latin and Greek into English-writing speeches, writing stories. The education Shakespeare received in school shows in his plays and in his poetry.

  8. I found interesting that Shakespeare’s father was a glove maker and his house was also his work place. Also, that he learnt at school how to translate from Greek or Latin to English.

  9. I believe that back then, people who were able to attend an university felt very lucky and blessed. It was a necessity if you wanted to have a successful life, but also a luxury that not everyone could afford. And yet, it’s fascinating how Shakespeare became one of the most famous writers without it.

  10. I find interesting the fact that Shakespeare’s works are based on Greek and Latin literature. I always thought this great writer had learnt the English literature and then he just improved it at the best of his capabilities. As such, learning that his works have been greatly influenced by Latin and Greek writings has been an intriguing yet fascinating fact.

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