Um no he wrote sonnets as well. I'm not sure if he wrote other stuff. Oh wait he wrote poems for people for valentines day to give to their significant other I think. But he wrote poems and plays as well as acting in his plays.
No. Shakespeare wrote over 38 plays. Some of them you may not have heard about, however.
Is this a question? William Shakespeare did write his plays.
It was his job, or one of his jobs. Shakespeare was paid to write plays.
Shakespeare only would write poems and plays for his company the "Kings Men"
Shakespeare wrote several types of plays. See the related question below.
He was an actor as well as a playwright.
what 5 types of play did shakespeare write
Shakespeare wrote plays and poetry.
Shakespeare did write a lot of poetry, but he wrote more plays.
No, Shakespeare wrote plays, sonnets and poems.
Shakespeare wrote an average of 1.5 plays each year.
Shakespeare started writing plays in about 1590 and stopped in about 1613.
No, Shakespeare wrote plays. Other people decided to sort them into genres.
playmakers, like Shakespeare
A quill pen.
It was his job.
William Shakespeare wrote for contributers of his time, where there was money, Shakespeare went. His starting career was in shambles but aristocrats have paid him to write plays for them and such, but in retrospect, writers only write FOR themselves.
Shakespeare did not write theories. He wrote plays.
Shakespeare wrote plays because there was a paycheck in it for him.
William Shakespeare died in 1616.
Shakespeare wrote all of his plays in London. Where exactly in London is an open question.
Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare's plays. Other theories may be entertaining but have no evidence to support them.