Shakespeare And Queen Elizabeth

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Shakespeare And Queen Elizabeth by Mind Map: Shakespeare And Queen Elizabeth

1. english poet and playwright

1.1. created 375 different poems ranging from the phoenix and the turtle to sonnet 117. He also wrote 38 plays and 154 sonnets.

2. born April 26, 1564, died April 23, 1616

3. Queen Elizabeth ruled during the golden age of england

4. Admired queen elizabeth for her sense of Elizabeth's literary role

5. Thought she could be a significant author because of her speeches and letters that she carefully crafted with great rhetorical skill and, in some cases, revised for publication.

5.1. She inspired many writers including Shakespeare because of how well she did speeches and writings.

6. few Englishwomen to benefit from humanist support for the education of females

7. born September 7, 1533, died March 24, 1603

8. studied in different schools to understand forms of righting to uphold her image.

9. Many of his plays were influenced by Queen Elizabeth

10. She watched some of Shakespeare's plays in her court

11. One of his royal patrons was Queen Elizabeth because she like his plays.

12. Queen Elizabeth greatly influenced Shakespeare's plays.She was a big fan of the arts which inspired Shakespeare to make his plays and poems.

12.1. Queen Elizabeth loved the arts in fact she studied in different schools to learn about the languages. She always spoke so dignified and it led to inspiring many authors but one in general. Shakespeare was inspired by queen elizabethś literary role and became a famous play writer. He wrote many different plays and queen elizabeth liked to watch them, shakespeare inspired was led to writing many different plays and some about queen elizabeth. In fact they both were in each others lives queen elizabeth watching his plays and shakespeare writing them because of her.

13. William Shakespeare Biography for Kids

14. Elizabeth I (1533-1603) Queen of England

15. Both Queen Elizabeth I and James VI of Scotland and I of England would often hire Shakespeare’s company to come and perform at the royal court.

16. Shakespeare has been credited by the Oxford English Dictionary with introducing almost 3,000 words to the English language.