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The supreme achievement in English Literature of the time and perhaps of all time may be found in the works of William Shakespeare (Cunningham and Reich367). Shakespeare's baptism registered in April 26, 1564; maybe after three or four days before baptism. Shakespeare was born in Stratford, England. His baptism was registered April 26, 1564. His father, John Shakespeare, was a glover and tenant farmer. Shakespeare worked to give money to his parents from the age of fifteen. He attended Stratford's Grammar school, focusing intensely on Greek and Latin literature, rhetoric, and Christian ethics. Many aspects of his life are still not known.
During his life, he wrote many great works including tragedy, comedy, historical subjects, and romance. Hamlet, King Lear and other Shakespearean plays were performed in the Globe Playhouse. He wrote more than forty plays. "In 1594-5 Shakespeare wrote his first masterpieces, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Romeo and Juliet," and soon a second brilliant tetralogy on English history starting with "Richard II" and his first "Henry IV" play in 1595-6" (Shakespeare study guide). His "Romeo and Juliet" is famous throughout the world and is perhaps his most loved work.
Shakespeare was very well educated in English and "one of the greatest in any tongue" (Cunningham and Reich 366). During the first half of the sixteenth century, "William Caxton introduced the printing press into England" (Cunningham and Reich 364). One of the reason Shakespeare's work can connect to the modern day is his works were translated into over sixty languages and printed. He also followed the intellectual property.
[ - I'm not sure what this phrase in bold means.] His great intelligence and creativity make him arguably the best writer ever and certainly one of my favorites. [Only put in this last part if your teacher asked you to give your own opinion.]