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Welcome to Renaissance England.
It’s time to don your doublet!
Tighten your trussing!
Get on your galligaskins!
Females, fit on your farthingales!
Smooth your stomachers!
Remember your ruffs!
Slip on your shoes! And grab your gloves!
Is everybody ready? We’re going to theater!
The Globe! Shakespeare’s theater is located just outside of London, England.
A white The groundlings have It’s young mentimeclass afternoon, are for of The stage ispenny and are The their higher class Poetry is a a lower flag paid is thethan playwatch the play up start. the to to no is. profession, andtakewomen dressing to writing art flying. standing will appear there. female roles. There’s a play today!
The wealthy are in the We’re in for a real treat! upper decks. It’s good the plague is over and the about to are The play is theaters It’s one of Shakespeare’s open again. begin! tragedies!
What do we know about Shakespeare? He movedfatherawas has. His hometown monument He. They. Hebecamecoat died. Elizabeth to in went London When Heretiredthreewas Hishe ait wrote 26!very actingwas 37 in company he born hadwas 1616. Even purchased He He He His. Queen Later married vocabulary His She Abbey Westminster “Theactor, plays. back arms. Stratford-onwas a successful. Lord to called Hathaway Stratford-on-Avon and becameplays! his an Men. ” children, make including enjoyedhe’s 1564. in of Anne buried huge: middle class “The King’s to is 17, 000 his to in best house though the and. Chamberlain’s Men. ” bought playwright, he was 18 and a set of twins. family upper class. 34, 000 words! when butcher, mayor, Avon. Stratford-on-Avon. in town. theater owner. years old. & glovemaker.
What do we know about Shakespeare? He has had an amazing influence on our English language.
Have you heard these phrases? n. I couldn’t sleep a wink. n He was dead as a doornail. n She’s a tower of strength. n They hoodwinked us. n I’m green-eyed with jealousy. n We’d better lie low for awhile. n Keep a civil tongue in your head.
They are just some of the many expressions coined by that master of language, William Shakespeare.
Now, let the show begin!
Sources Used pictures from High Fashion in Shakespeare’s Time by Andrew Brownfoot, Five Castles Press Ltd. , 1992 n Fashion n Shakespeare’s Book of Insults, Insights, & Infinite Jests, by John W. Seder, Templegate Publishers, 1984 n The Story of English by Robert Mc. Crum, et. al. , Penguin Books, 1987