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Watch this History of British Literature video entitled The Life and Works of William Shakespeare to study the life and works of the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare. Learn about the development of the theatre in London, a leading centre for the arts, during the Elizabethan age.

Use this online K12 British Literature video to study and examine the life and works of the playwright and poet William Shakespeare whose genius is not of an age, but for all time.

 

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The Life, Time and Works of William Shakespeare Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Biography William Shakespeare. Learn about The Time, Life and Literature of William Shakespeare. Examine the life and works of the playwright and poet William Shakespeare; whose genius is -not of an age, but for all time.- Works include Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, The Taming of the Shrew, plus many more.
  • Gain insight to the life and works of the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare.
  • Learn about the development of the theater in London, a leading center for the arts, during the Elizabethan age.
  • Explore the golden age of England during the reign of Elizabeth I through period music and illustrations, historical commentary, and quotations excerpted from Shakespearean plays.
  • Listen to dramatic readings of 22 Shakespearean sonnets.
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