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2007-08-29 04:12:24
2007-08-29 04:12:24

1 Inflate balloon. 2 Paper Mache Balloon with strips of newspaper dipped in glue 3 Sculpt with paper mache (eyes nose mouth hair etc) be sure to leave some space at the bottom of the balloon 4 let dry overnight 5 decorate with yarn, cloth, whatever you see around, etc


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William Shakespeare retired around 1613 and went to live in his house, New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon. He died there in 1616.

make it out of cake and matchsticks and other materials all around the house RHEA

Joan survived William and inherited their parents' house from him.

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He retired to his house in Stratford-on-Avon.

William Shakespeare died in New Place, his house in Stratford upon Avon, England. He was buried in Holy Trinity church in Stratford.

It is thought that William Shakespeare retired in 1613 and went to live in New Place, his house in Stratford.

Answer William Shakespeare bought a house called "New Place" in Stratford-Upon-Avon and he moved there when he retired in 1613.

In 1597 Shakespeare bought the second-largest house in Stratford, called New Place.

William Shakespeare died on the 23rd of April 1616. He died in New Place, his house in Stratford upon Avon, England and was buried in Holy Trinity church in Stratford.

William Shakespeare's houseWilliam Shakespeare did not live in Stratford (a district of London, England), he actually lived in Stratford-Upon-Avon, which is in Warwickshire.In 1597, Shakespeare purchasedNew Place, the second largest house in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The building no longer exists. However, John Shakespeare's house still exists and is said to be the birthplace of William.

William Shakespeare was born in his parents' house on Henley Street, Stratford Upon Avon. See the related question link below.

William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) was born in Henley Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. The house is preserved intact to this day.

He was only allowed to go bc his parents didn't want him at home and they hated him. His father at one point chased him around the house with a pitchfork.

Shakespeare was always rich, although when he was at the age of 14, his father lost money in financial business and William had to drop out of education. William also bought the biggest house in his birthplace Stratford-Upon-Avon. Ill add more information :) This is all I have at the moment :)

The name of the house was New Place, one of the largest houses in Stratford.

William Shakespeare may have written at his rented lodgings in London where it was peaceful, perfect for him to write. Or he may have written at the pub. Or in the tiring house of the theatre. Or at home in Stratford when he got a few days off. Or any combination of these. Basically we don't know.

Sometime around 1552 he bought the house on Henley Street now known as Shakespeare's Birthplace.

William Shakespeare was baptised on the 26th of April, 1564 (birth dates were not commonly recorded in this time period) and died on the 23rd of April, 1616. The Tudor period lasted from 1485 to 1603, which marks the commencement of the reign of the House of Stuart (1603-1714). As such William Shakespeare lived in both the Tudor and Stuart periods of British history. Please see related links.

Shakespeare's house was called New Place before he bought it. Shakespeare had nothing to do with the name.

William Shakespeare was a playwright and actor, he is widely regarded as the best writer in the English language. This quote is from Shakespeare's play Henry IV Part 2.

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