Willelm Scacaspere

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Willelm Shakespeare

Willelm Scacaspere (Nīwenglisc: William Shakespeare; Ēastermōnaþ 1564[1] - 23 Ēastermōnaþ 1616) wæs Englisc scop and plegwyrhta, gesēon swā þæs Engliscan gereordes grietsta wrītere and þære worulde fyrmest wæferstōwcræftiga[2].

Oft hēt man Shakespeare Engla lēodscop, and man him nemnaþ The Bard (“Se Scop”).

His ābīdende weorc onstendeþ 38 plegas, 154 sonnetas, twā langa leōþgiddinga, and missenlicu ōðru lēoþ. Man hæfþ āwended his plegas in ǣlcre micelre sprǣce, and sind geplegda oftost on eall plegwyrhtum.[3].

Līf and Weorc[adihtan]

Willelmes Shakespeares Scild

Shakespeare wæs geboren and wēox in Strætforda in Wæringscīre. Þā wæs hē 18 ǣwnede hē Anne Haþaway, sēo him gebæ þrēo bearn: Susanna and getwinas, Hamnet and Iudith.

Betwēonum 1585 and 1592 begann hē forþgenge weorclīf in Lundene swā plegere, wrītere, and healf-āgend þæs plegera gesīþscipe Þæs Hlāford-Seleþegnes Menn, æftergenemede Þæs Cyninges Menn.

Shakespeare on his reste gestāh in Strætforde ymbe 1613, þǣr forþfērde hē æfter þrim wintrum.

Shakespeare wrāt mǣst his weorca betwuht 1590 and 1613. His ǣrplegas wǣron mǣst drēamplegas and stǣr, mægþwlitas þā hē āhof tō þære hiehþe of cræfte oþ þǣm ende þæs 16e gearhundredes. Nīehst wrāt hē mǣst tregaplegas oþþæt ymbe 1608, hwæron wǣron Amleð, Lir Cyning, and Macbeoðen, þā man hogaþ sume þāra tilstumra bisena in þǣm Engliscan gereorde. In his læstum gēarum, wrāt hē tregadrēamplegas and weorc mid ōðrum plegwyrhtum.

Bōcwyrtan worhteden mænige on Shakespeares plega in bōcum of mislicum swilcnesum on his life. In 1623 tweȝen friend on his former wafungstōw gædelingum worhteden þone Forma Folio, gesamod bōc his plega, þe hæfde eall būtan twēgen þāra plega, þe man tōdæg cnǣwþ swā Shakespeares.

Weorc[adihtan]

Drēamplegas Tregaplegas Stǣr
Leoþ Gelosen plegas
  • Lufe Tilinge Gewon[4]
  • Cardenio

Fruman[adihtan]

  1. be fyrnsegene is his byrd āsægd swā 23 Ēastermōnaþ 1564, ac se tælmearc is ungecnawen. His fulwiht wæs 26 April 1564.
  2. Greenblatt, Stephen (2005). Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare. London: Pimlico, 11. ISBN 0-7126-0098-1.(on Niwu Englisce)
    • Bevington, David (2002) Shakespeare, 1–3. Oxford: Blackwell. ISBN 0-631-22719-9.
    • Wells, Stanley (1997). Shakespeare: A Life in Drama. New York: W. W. Norton, 399. ISBN 0-393-31562-2. .(on Niwu Englisce)
  3. Craig, Leon Harold (2003). Of Philosophers and Kings: Political Philosophy in Shakespeare's "Macbeth" and "King Lear". Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 3. ISBN 0802086055. (on Niwu Englisce)
  4. Þes nama meahte bēon ōðer naman ānes cyðes pleges.