By that time, he had joined one of die city’s repertory theatre companies.
These companies were made up of a permanent cast of actors who presented different plays week after week.
No other writer’s plays have been produced so many times or read so widely in so many countries as his. Students went to school year round attending school for nine hours a day. The River Avon, which ran through die town, endowed him the title the Bard of Avon.
Shakespeare’s poems and plays show love for nature and rural life which reflects his childhood. It is believed that he may have become well I known in London theatrical life by 1592.
One of the most popular views is that the character resembles on of Shakespeare’s patrons, Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton.
Another character of the sonnets is “The Dark Lady.” This character is present in sonnets 127-152. The character is named after her dark hair and skin tone.There is evidence that he was a member of a traveling theatre group.In 1594, he became an actor and playwright for Lord Chamberlain’s Men.A good deal of critical attention has been focused upon analyzing the text of Sonnet 20 as a means of discovering clues to the addressee’s identity.Shakespeare’s sonnets have three principal addressees. These include a young man, a “dark lady,” and a rival poet.He is regarded as one of the greatest writers of all time. These sonnets were published in 1609 and were titled SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS.: Never before imprinted.The first seventeen sonnets are addressed to a young man, with whom the speaker expresses extreme admiration, if not outright infatuation.Shakespeare was a leading member of the group from 1594 for the rest of his career.1594 had produced at least six of Shakespeare’s plays; During Shakespeare’s life, there were two monarchs who ruled England.He was able to find universal human qualities and put them in a dramatic situation creating characters that are timeless.Yet he had the ability to create characters that are highly individual human beings. The world has admired and respected many great writers, but only Shakespeare has generated such enormous continuing interest.