How William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe were enemies?
they were tough competition ;)
You must mean in the movie Shakespeare in Love, where Shakespeare has given the false name "Christopher Marlowe" and believes that his (Shakespeare's) enemies have killed Marlowe by mistake. This is an entirely fictional story for which there is no basis in fact.
William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe were not enemies. Although they were the same age, Marlowe was a bit of a child prodigy and had written all of his plays before his untimely death in 1593 at the age of only twenty-nine. At that time, Shakespeare had only started writing plays and had only produced his earliest attempts. This was before the formation of The Lord Chamberlain's Men, and Shakespeare does not appear to have been… Read More
There is no record that Shakespeare had enemies. As far as we can tell, he was very easy to get along with, in contrast with his cantankerous contemporaries Ben Jonson and Christopher Marlowe. The only ill-will that was ever shown to him was when Robert Greene called him an "upstart crow", but when Greene wrote this he was disappointed, bankrupt, embittered and dying. His crabby remarks were due to his own situation not to Shakespeare.
Christopher Marlowe (See the expert answer for why this is incorrect)
People like Robert Greene, for example, were jealous of Shakespeare's talent and success.
According to what we know, Shakespeare was very easy to get along with and had no enemies, unless you count Robert Greene's spleen-filled remarks about an "upstart crow". But Greene was a sick, dying, embittered and jealous man at the time he wrote that. If Shakespeare did have an enemy, and we have no reason to think so, that enemy would have hated Shakespeare for whatever reason made him an enemy. Which answer, you will… Read More
yes in fact he did have enemies
Shakespeare had no enemies that we know of.
yes his enemies were the democratic party
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i'm not sure
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Juliets parents because they wont let them get married.
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Harold Godwinnson who was English and Harold Hardrada who was a viking.
Yes one of his rivals were Amerigo Vespucci,Vasco Núñez de Balboa and Ferdinand Magellan
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one was King Philip II. look on http://english.unitecnology.ac.nz/resources/units/shakespeare/worksheet_topics.html for resources too!11 fag
William defended his castles by making several walls and towers. Archers were placed on the walls and towers so they could shoot enemies as they came in.
What is the main idea of the lines 'They have tied me to the stake I cannot fly but bear-like must fight the course' spoken by Macbeth from Act V of The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare?
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Yes, England ended up in a war with Spain during Shakespeare's lifetime. The Spanish sent a huge fleet, the Spanish Armada, to assist in ferrying a Spanish army to England, but bad weather and persistent attacks from the English caused it to fail. This was in 1588 when Shakespeare was 24.
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They are just enemies. Shakespeare never explains the reason for the "blood feud", which is common to many societies when there is a conflict between families.
friends: the pigs family: his wife was his right hand, children were offsprins from a raping spree enimies: the mothers of hi children
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The pack leaders enemies that is there enemies.
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no, she does not have enemies