William Shakespeare a man of mystery who burst and lacerated through all boundaries and barriers to reach the zenith of writing. Shakespeare was surmised to be born on April 23 1564. Scholars theorize and debate if Shakespeare obtained education at the age of six or seven at the school of Stratford Grammar School , 200 yards off of his birth place and adjacent to his home. Shakespeare had been expunged of the Stratford facility due to his fathers financial problems and obligations. There was notoriety that Shakespeare worked for a municipal butcher to support his fathers financial problems. Once Shakespeare was relived from his duty at the local butcher he sauté to be a literary virtuoso by cogitating consistently. From this sentence on Shakespeare became a locomotive transitioning to a period in his life established as the “Lost Years.”
The “Lost Years” staged key ingredients in Shakespeare’s life. In Shakespeare’s life he had two periods in the “Lost Years” which had an effective outcome. The first period commenced in 1587-1582. During this span he departed from school to marry his soul mate. Her name was Anne Hathaway. This period started at the relatively young age of twelve. Shakespeare focused mainly on his grammar proficiency during this time. The aboriginal part was a sphinx and short-lived. The additional part of this period of his life is the stage in which he mastered his skills in the endeavor of arts and drama. It initiated in 1585 where he molded his acting, play writing and further to develop successfully at the art of drama. To conclude the age of the “Lost Years” it has invariably been a mystery to this day and age, on how did Shakespeare turn in to a literary genius as nimble and agile as he did at the age he was.
There is no certainty on how Shakespeare started. Rumor has it that that several young London players recruited Shakespeare. Shakespeare was a writer an actor and a poet at the same time. He produced several plays in which were critiqued terribly. Shakespeare was criticized by play writer Robert Greene at the time describing Shakespeare “ as a man who was reaching above his rank“. comments like these fueled the fire in Shakespeare’s chimney as he excelled proving only to get better and achieve more accomplishments.
As Shakespeare developed a tragic event spoiled his uprising as the plague wallowed through Europe causing all of the theaters to shut down. But like in every heroic novel, just like every war plagued through mankind itself a mystery man prevailed and turned Shakespeare’s life into a freight train going 120mph on a 60mph highway. His locomotive sped down the rails because of one man. That man was… Earl of South Hampton.
Earl of South Hampton viewed Shakespeare’s performances and devoured them. Soon South Hampton became Shakespeare’s Patron and help publish Shakespeare’s first poem called “Venus and Adonis”. “ Venus and Adonis” the poem was a successes. Once the Plague retrieved out of...