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William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) wor a englischa Dichda, Dramatika und Schauspuija. Ea wead vo vui Leidln ois da gresste Dramatika vo da Wäidliteratur ogsegn.

Ea hod z Stratford-upon-Avon, in Warwickshire, England glebt und is emdo gstorm. Seine Stickln wean bis heit gspuid.

Da Shakespeare guit aa ois oana vo de gresstn Worteafinda vo da Englischn Sproch.

Urhebaschoft vo seim Weak[VE | Weakln]

Seit eppa 150 Joa behaptn Laienforscha imma wieda, dass da Shakespeare ned da Urheba vo seim Weak sei kennt. Er warad ja aus da Provinz und hädd koa richdige Buidung ghobt, san de Haptargument. De Wissnschoft is si awa einig, dass da Shakespeare sea woi da Urheba vo nam Weak is.

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Gschichtndramen[VE | Weakln]

  • König Johann (King John, um 1595/96)
  • Eduard III. (Edward III, (druckt 1596); De Vafossaschoft vom Shakespeare is ned gsichad)
  • Heinrich VIII. (King Henry VIII or All Is True, uma 1612/13)

York-Tetralogie

  • Heinrich VI.
    • Teil 1 (King Henry VI, Part 1; 1591)
    • Teil 2 (King Henry VI, Part 2; 1591–92)
    • Teil 3 (King Henry VI, Part 3; 1591–92)
  • Richard III. (King Richard III; um 1593, druckt 1597)

Lancaster-Tetralogie

  • Richard II. (King Richard II; zwischn 1590 und 1599, druckt 1597)
  • Heinrich IV.
    • Teil 1 (King Henry IV, Part 1; um 1595/96, druckt 1598)
    • Teil 2 (King Henry IV, Part 2; um 1597, druckt 1600)
  • Heinrich V. (King Henry V; 1599, druckt 1600 (Raubdruck))

Komedien[VE | Weakln]

Heitare Komedien

Problemstickl

Romanzn

Tragedien[VE | Weakln]

Fruahe Tragedien

Remadramen

Spodare Tragedien

  • Hamlet (Hamlet, Prince of Denmark; um 1601, druckt 1603, evtl. Raubdruck)
  • Othello (um 1604, druckt 1622)
  • König Lear (King Lear; um 1605, druckt 1608)
  • Timon von Athen (Timon of Athens; um 1606, easchda Druck 1623)
  • Macbeth (um 1608, druckt 1623)

Versdichtunga[VE | Weakln]

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