What do you mean if Shakespeare have it? If you mean does Shakespeare have what it takes, then yes. He should any way.
I have never heard of Mrs. Shakespeare (nee Anne Hathaway) referred to as "the black lady". Do you mean "the dark lady" of the sonnets? Not a lot of people think that he was writing about his wife there.
Shakespeare cannot be mean - he has been dead for centuries.
He feared/ he was afraid.
dredid could mean dreaded= feared strongly
When people say Shakespeare they mean William Shakespeare the playwright. There was only ever one of him.
Shakespeare was born in 1564, if that's what you mean. That was the year he started being Shakespeare.
Nothing. Shakespeare never used such a word.
What do mean
If you mean, "Where did Shakespeare get his ideas from?" he got them from books he read and plays he had seen.
If you mean William Shakespeare the playwright, the answer is no, his wife's name was Anne.
Shakespeare does not use the word townsfolk.
Shakespeare wrote in English. "The" means exactly the same when he used it as it does when you use it.
If you mean what University degree, none. Shakespeare never went to college or university.
he meant that is a ruler had to chose between being feared and then being loved is better.
It means 'a greatly feared king'.