Hello, this time I bring the works of Shakespeare, which is your favorite. William Shakespeare (Stratford-upon-Avon, c. April 26, 1564jul.-ibid., April 23, July / May 3, 1616 was an English playwright, poet and actor. Sometimes known as The Bard of Avon (or simply El Bardo), Shakespeare is considered the most important writer in the English language and one of the most famous of universal literature.
Venus and Adonis
Venus and Adonis is a poem by William Shakespeare, written in 1592-93. The argument is based on passages from Ovid's metamorphosis. It is a complex and kaleidoscopic work that uses a constantly changing tone and perspective, to present contrasting views on the nature of love.
Henry VI part 2
Henry VI, part 2 o The second part of Henry VI is a historical work by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1591.
Henry IV part 2
Forbidden works of love
Lost Love Works is one of the earliest comedies of William Shakespeare. It is estimated that it could have been written between 1595 and 1596, and is probably contemporary with Romeo and Juliet and The Dream of a Summer Night.
Ricardo III (The Life and Death of King Richard III, original full title in English) is a tragedy of William Shakespeare, the last work of his tetralogy on the history of England. After Hamlet, it is the longest playwright piece. The entire tetralogy was composed at the beginning of Shakespeare's career: the most likely date of his writing is between 1591 and 1592.
Pericles, prince of Tire
Night of Kings or The twelfth night, is a five-act comedy by William Shakespeare, which is presumed to have been written between 1599 and the end of 1601.
The comedy of mistakes
The comedy of mistakes (The Comedy of Errors) is a comedy by William Shakespeare, written between 1591 and 1592. It is based on Menaechmi de Plauto and, except for poems and sonnets, is the shortest work of the author.
Cimbelino (Cymbeline) was written in the last stage of William Shakespeare, it is believed that about 1610. While the character is based on the Breton tribal chief Cunobelinus, the story is greatly influenced by the Decameron de Boccaccio and the Holinshed Chronicle.
Henry VI part 3
Henry VI, third part o The third part of Henry VI is a historical work by William Shakespeare. It is believed that it was written in 1591.
Measure by measure
Measure by Measure (in English: Measure for Measure) is a work of William Shakespeare, originally classified in the "First Folio" as a comedy although modern publishers have trouble clarifying it. Measure by measure was written in 1603 or 1604 and first published in 1623 in the "First Folio".
The cheerful comedians of Windsor
The Merry Wives of Windsor is a comedy written by William Shakespeare. The protagonist of the play is John Falstaff.
Henry VIII (Everything is true) (1612) is the last historical work written by Shakespeare
The Sonnets (Sonnets) of Shakespeare are a set of 154 poems in the estrophic form of the English sonnet in which topics such as love, beauty, politics and mortality are discussed. They were written, probably, over several years, to be finally published, except the first two, in 1609; No. 138 ("When my love swears that she is made of truth") and 144 ("Two loves have I, of comfort and despair") had previously been published in a 1599 miscellaneous entitled The Passionate Pilgrim.
Tito Andrónico (whose original title is Titus Andronicus), is a tragedy written by the English playwright William Shakespeare in 1593 and represented for the first time in the London theater of La Rosa in January 1594,
Ricardo II (in English, The Life and Death of King Richard the Second) is a historical drama written by William Shakespeare, approximately in 1595 and based on the life of Ricardo II of England (reigned 1377–1399).
Much ado About Nothing
Much noise and few nuts (Much ado about Nothing in the original version) is a play in the form of romantic comedy written by William Shakespeare. The first printed texts of the original "Much Adoe About Nothing" were "different times publicly acted" before 1600 and it is probable that the work was released in the fall or winter of 1598-1599.1 The first performances that are recorded are two presented before the Court in the winter of 1612-13, during the festivities before the wedding of Princess Isabel with Frederick V, Elector Palatino (February 14, 1613). The work was published in pages in 1600 by editors Andrew Wise and Aspley William. This was the only edition before the First Folio in 1623.
The two nobles of Verona
The two nobles of Verona is a comedy by William Shakespeare, and one of the first works he wrote. One of Shakespeare's most comic characters, the servant Launce with his dog Crab, appears in this play. Although the exact date of composition is not known, it is believed that the two nobles of Verona is one of Shakespeare's first works. Experts think it was written around the year 1590, although the first evidence of its existence is found in a list of works written by Francis Meres and published in 1598. The two nobles of Verona was not printed until 1623, when it appeared in the First Folio.
Henry IV part 1
Henry IV, part 1 (English: Henry IV, Part 1) is a historical drama written by William Shakespeare, possibly before 1597
Troilo and Grown
Troilo y Crésida is a work considered "conflict comedy" whose author was William Shakespeare. It is believed that it was written around 1602
The tamed little beast
The fierce tame, also known as The Dressage of the Brave or The Dressage of Fury (in English, The Taming of the Shrew) is a comedy by William Shakespeare. It is one of his most popular works, both inside and outside his country, as evidenced, for example, by the fact that it is the fifth work that has been translated into Spanish from among the thirty-seven that remain of his author, only preceded by Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear, and ahead of works such as The Dream of a Summer Night, Julius Caesar or even Othello.
King John, of William Shakespeare, dramatizes the reign of John I of England (1199 to 1216 ruled), son of Henry II of England and Leonor of Aquitaine and father of Henry III of England. It is believed that it was written in the mid-1590s, but it was not published until it appeared on the first folio in 1623.
The Tempest (English: The Tempest) is a play by William Shakespeare. It was first represented on November 1, 1611 at the Whitehall Palace in London. The storm belongs to the set of what some authors have called "Late Romances" by Shakespeare.1 In these works the author shows his interest in family relationships and reconciliation in a mythical environment.
Henry VI part 1
Henry VI, first part o The first part of Henry VI is a historical play by William Shakespeare. It is believed that it was written in 1591.
Coriolano is a tragedy of William Shakespeare based on the life of the legendary Roman leader. The tragedy revolves around Cayo Marcio Coriolano, a brilliant Roman general who is banished from Rome and directs an assault on the city. Only the plea of his mother prevents Rome from plowing. A change of opinion that leads to destruction. It is one of Shakespeare's latest works. It appeared around 1607.
Henry V (in English Henry V, also known as The Cronicle History of Henry the fifth) is a drama written by William Shakespeare. It is believed that it was written during the first months of 1599, based on an apparently positive allusion to the failed mission of Robert Devereux, II Earl of Essex, to quell the rebellion of Tyrone.1 In 1600 a first edition was published in-quarto, very faulty The text included in the "complete" —the Folio— of 1623 (F1) is very good; surely it comes from the manuscript that the author delivered to the actors.
Timon of Athens or The Life of Timon of Athens (English: Timon of Athens or The Life of Timon of Athens) is a play written by William Shakespeare about 1607 or 1608
As you like
As you like it (in English, As You Like It) is a comic work by William Shakespeare, written around 1599. It was included in the First Folio (1623) as the eighth of eighteen comedies, following a chronological order.
Othello: the Moor of Venice is a play by Shakespeare written around 1603. Othello is a tragedy, like Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear. Shakespeare wrote Othello probably after Hamlet but before the last two. The first representation of which there is news was held on November 1, 1604 at the Whitehall Palace in London.
The merchant of Venice
The merchant of Venice is a play written by William Shakespeare between 1596 and 1598, which was not published until 1600. Its main source is the "First Story of the fourth day" in Il Pecorone (1378), a collection of stories from Giovanni Fiorentino. Other sources are the Zelauto, by Anthony Munday (contemporary and friend of William Shakespeare), and the Gesta Romanorum
To a good end there is no bad weather
To a good end there is no bad beginning, also translated and known as Well is what ends well (All's Well That Ends Well in English) is a comedy by William Shakespeare. It is thought that Shakespeare wrote this work approximately between 1601 and 1605, along with the one titled `` Measure by measure ''. These two comedies were called "dark comedies" for the fact of not entering any category and having an end that can be said intelligible. The action of this work is located in places that seemed exotic to the author: Paris, Florence and Roussillon.
The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (original English title: The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark), or simply Hamlet, is a tragedy of the English playwright William Shakespeare. Its author probably based Hamlet on two sources: the legend of Amleth and a lost Elizabethan work known today as Ur-Hamlet or original Hamlet (fact that is deduced from other texts), probably have been composed between 1599 and 1601
The Lear King
King Lear (King Lear) is one of William Shakespeare's main tragedies, it was written in his second period. It began its writing in the year 1605 and was represented for the first time at the end of the following year. Its main source is an earlier work, King Leir (represented in 1594 and printed in 1605), and both are debtors of the main source, the Regum Britanniae Story written around 1135 by Godfrey of Monmouth, purely Celtic root. Its main theme is filial ingratitude although it also deals with old age and madness.
Macbeth, one of William Shakespeare's best-known works, is a five-act tragedy, written in prose and verse, which was probably composed around 1606 and released shortly thereafter.1 It was first published in 1623, in the known edition as First Folio. Macbeth is a tragedy about betrayal and excessive ambition.
Summer night Dream
A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare around 1595. It is considered one of the great classics of world theater literature. Apparently it was written on the occasion of the commemoration of the wedding of Sir Thomas Berkeley and Elizabeth Carey, in February 1596.
Antonio and Cleopatra
Antonio and Cleopatra (Antony and Cleopatra) is a historical tragedy in five acts by writer William Shakespeare, first performed in 1607 or 1608 and published in the edition known as First Folio, in 1623. Most scholars believe that it wrote in 1606–07.1 however some researchers argue that it was probably earlier, about 1603–04.2
The tragedy of Julio César is a tragic work written by William Shakespeare, probably in 1599. It recreates the conspiracy against the Roman dictator Julio César, his homicide and its sequels. It constitutes one of the many Shakespearean works based on historical facts. Unlike many main characters in other works of the genre (eg Hamlet, Enrique V), César is not the center of the action, appearing only in three scenes, and dying at the beginning of the third act. The most relevant figure in the story is Brutus, and the plot revolves around the psychological struggle between conflicting demands on honor, patriotism and friendship.
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet (Romeo and Juliet or The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedie of Romeo and Juliet, 1597) 1 is a tragedy of William Shakespeare. It tells the story of two young lovers who, despite the opposition of their families, rivals among themselves, decide to marry clandestinely and live together; However, the pressure of that rivalry and a series of fatalities lead to the suicide of the two lovers. The death of both, however, implies the reconciliation of the two families.