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Unformatted text preview: Itis called Lord Chamber 19 . What was the name of Shakespeare's theater company changed to in approximately 10 why ? It was named The Kings Men because the Queendied and King James I tookover.` 20 . What date was Shakespeare born ? What date did he die ? Born - April 1564 21 . Who was the King / Queen of England when Shakespeare wrote Macbeth ? Who was the other Died - April 1616\ King / Queen of England when Shakespeare wrote his plays ? King James I 22 . What is the source Shakespeare used to get the story for Macbeth ?! HolInshed's Chronicles 23 . What year did Shakespeare write Macbeth ?\ He wrote It in 1606) 24 . Why did he include supernatural elements in the play such as witches and ghosts ?" Shakespeares time beleved witches had many powers 25 . Who was Shakespeare's wife and what were the names of his children ? wife : Anne Hathaway Children: Susanna, Judith and Hamnet. 26 . What did Shakespeare's will leave to his family when he died ? What did his wife get and who inherited his fortune ? He left his wife his "second best bed" Kidsy ElDO each which is $ 3 80,000 today 27 . Where is Shakespeare buried ? Church OF the Holy Trinity 28 . What is 4 line rhyme is written on his tombstone ?" Good Friend For jesus Sake For bear To dig the dust enclosed here!` Blest be the man that spares these stones, And Curst belie theat moves my bones Define Literary terms :` Soliloquy- Speaking one's thoughis a lowed Situational irony- actual situation is not what you expect . Aside to be heard by audience but Verbalirony - speakers intention Is the opposite by no one in the pe cay, Round character - complex and undergo Of What they said. Blank verse ~ verse without rhyme. development Flat character _ uncomplicated anddon't Iambic pentameter - line with 5 metrical change Dramatic foil - Contrast to another Feet . hyperbole - exaggerated statement _ Character` Dramatic irony_ the audience Knows What the characterdoesn't....
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