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A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.
There he studied the basic Latin text and grammar, much of which was standardized across the country by Royal decree. He was also known to partake in the theatre while at the school as was the custom at the time. As a commoner, Shakespeare's education was thought to finish at the grammar school level as there is no record of him attending university, which was a luxury reserved for upper-class families. In , an year-old Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, who, on the occasion of her wedding, was 26 years old and already with child.
Hathaway gave birth to the couple's first child six months later, a daughter named Susanna, with twins, named Hamnet and Judith, following two years later in Hamnet died at the age of 11 from unknown reasons. We know what we are, but know not what we may be.
These seven years are known as "Shakespeare's Lost Years," and have been the source of various stories that remain unverified, including a salacious story involving Shakespeare escaping Stratford prosecution for deer poaching. This story, among others, are solely entertainment and are not considered as part of the canon that makes up the playwright's personal life.
Career and Creation of the Globe William Shakespeare first made his appearance on the London stage, where his plays would be written and performed, around , although the exact date is unknown. He was, however, well known enough to be attacked by critics in newspapers, and thus was considered to be already an established playwright.
After the year , Shakespeare's plays were solely performed by a company owned by a group of actors known as the Lord Chamberlain's Men, which became London's leading company.
After Queen Elizabeth's death in , the company was given a royal patent that renamed it the King's Men, named so after King James I.
Shakespeare, along with a group of players that acted in his play, created his own theatre on the River Thames in and named it the Globe Theatre.
After that, a record of property downloads and investments made by Shakespeare showed the playwright had become a very wealthy man, so much so that he bought properties in London and Stratford for himself and his family, as he spent most of his time in London.
It was in that the first known quartos of Shakespeare's plays were published, solidifying his reputation by when his name became the selling point in new productions. This led to his success as both an actor on stage and a playwright, and his name was published on the title page of his plays. Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.
He, however, continued to support the Globe Theatre, including downloading apartments for playwrights and actors to live in, all of which were near to the theatre.
Retirement and Death Shakespeare retired from public life in , right after the bubonic plague began to subside its attack on London. This act was unusual for the time, but he was by no means less active. In fact, the playwright continued to make frequent trips to London to collaborate with other playwrights, such as John Fletcher, and to spend time with his son-in-law John Hall, who married his elder daughter Susanna in The playwright was an active dramatist and writer up until when the last of his great works was finished.
From then on, Shakespeare spent most of his time in Stratford-upon-Avon, where he had downloadd the second-largest home in town for his family. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. He was 52 years old at the time of his death and was survived by his wife, Anna, and their two daughters. There are no direct descendants from Shakespeare's line, as both daughters had children who did not make it to adulthood.
The Shakespeare Canon Shakespeare was noted both for poetry and plays, with both mediums serving different needs; the plays were related to the theatrical fashion that was on trend while his poetry served to provide storytelling in erotic or romantic ways, culminating in a canon of work that is as diverse in language as the issues of human nature that the works portray.
Plays William Shakespeare wrote at least 37 plays that scholars know of, with most of them labeled is comedies, histories, or tragedies. The earliest play that is directly attributed to Shakespeare is the trilogy of "King Henry VI," with Richard III also being written around the same time, between and The empty vessel makes the loudest sound.
Interestingly, two tragedies bookend Shakespeare's comedic era - Romeo and Juliet were written at the beginning of the s, and Julius Caesar was written at the end of the era. Most of his work is on motivational patriotism, but a few include mythological or historical figures as well.
Yashodhara is an epic poem on the wife of Gautama Buddha.
Other works like Panchvati, and dramas like Tilottama, also have strong female presence. He wrote a lot on the Mahabharata. His work is also very emboldening, and includes Veer Rasa to a huge extent. The epic poem is thus about Karna, a significant character of the epic Mahabharata, the son of the celestial god Surya and Kunti. That is not his claim to fame by any means though, because his contribution to Hindi literature speaks for his eminence and greatness.
Incidentally, all quatrains end with the word madhushala as well. Academics consider it to be one of the best metaphorical and philosophical works of Chhayavaad. He wrote Tamas on the backdrop of partition and won the Sahitya Akademi award for the same in Tamas literally means darkness, and the story revolved around riots in a small town during the tumultuous times.
Doordarshan adapted the story to a TV show later. Kitne Pakistan by Kamleshwar Source: Goodreads Kamleshwar is a satirical writer who explores the social space through his novels and short stories. He is a pioneer of the Nayi Kahani Daur.
This is in fact the most recent work to make it to this list. He won the Sahitya Akademi for the novel in , three years before his demise.
Kitne Pakistan uses the allegory of partition and deals with a vast expanse of human history, contemplating ideas like nationalism, socialism, and communalism. He also discusses the futility and fatality of religion and politics for the common man.
His another notable works include Rang Birangi and Aandhi. Need we say more? Chauhan died early in a car accident and hence has fewer poems to her credit, but each piece in itself is very famous and praised.
The poem is inspirational and evokes veer ras. It is not an epic book, but a long poem. Do give them a read—they are equally good, if not better.
He won the Sahitya Akademi award and the Sahitya fellowship for his novelette Muktibodh, also a good read. Tyagpatra is about a lawyer and his relationship to his bua paternal aunt. The book focusses on the aunt through the eyes of the narrator and shows her struggles, and her bold and at times desperate decisions that compel the lawyer to sign his resignation. It is truly a great satirical work that gives women agency.
Another impressive read by Kumar is Suneeta. The Bharatiya Jnanpith Trust published the 59th edition of the book in This list could keep going. Like this story?