When did Shakespeare leave his home?
In her excellent book, Shakespeare's Wife, Germaine Greer argues that Shakespeare left home in 1582 when he married Anne. Her view is that married couples never lived in the same house as the parents of either of them at the time of Shakespeare. As soon as William married Anne, they had to move out. Greer speculates that they may have moved into very small and cheap rental accomodations.
To look for a job
William Shakespeare left home and headed towards England so that he could follow his dream in play writing.
Shakespeare left for London to pursue his career as a playwright. He returned back home to his family after 20 years.
The exact date when Shakespeare left Stratford for London is not known. It was betweem 1585 and 1592 - see the related question below.
William Shakespeare was born in the town Stratford-upon-Avon and remained until 1585. At this time Shakespeare moved to London to work, and later retired back to Stratford-upon-Avon until his death. There was speculation at the time that Shakespeare moved because he was caught poaching deer, but there was never any evidence to support it.
Shakespeare left his wife his second best bed. Make of that what you will.
Shakespeare did not leave any indications of what his personal likes and dislikes were.
William Shakespeare left school because of his families hardships. They could not afford for their children to go to school anymore. So he had to leave.
His family was poor
No, contrary to the popular rumor, William Shakespeare did not leave anything to his cat when he died. The majority of his possessions and money went to his family.
An old legend says that he escaped prosecution for deer poaching, but this is almost certainly a romantic fiction. His real reason was no doubt to look for a job.
Shakespeare was believed to have left London a few years before he passed away.
We don't know exactly when Shakespeare left Stratford--it was no later than 1592. He returned in about 1613, twenty-one years later. However, he made many trips back to Stratford to visit during those 21 years.
On April 23, 1616, which is also his birthday according to tradition, Will Shakespeare left his wife. Why? He died.
Shakespeare died in 1616, and left his wife, Anne Hathaway, his second best bed.
Shakespeare had three children who left no male heirs.
Curiously, your will is one piece of property you cannot leave to anybody. It is a document which must be available for anyone to examine, to see who the executors are and what they are directed to do. Shakespeare could not leave his will to his wife. Shakespeare did not leave his estate to his wife either. Most of his estate was given to his daughter Susanna and her husband Dr. John Hall. Shakespeare's wife… Read More
Yes, he did.
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He was 15 when he left his hometown
Shakespeare did not leave any diaries or other personal accounts so we have no idea what he thought about anything.
Shakespeare went to London to work sometime between the birth of the twins in 1585, when he was 21, and 1592 when he was 28.
I really don't know.
£300 of Shakespeare's money was left to Judith.
Candles,presents, a horse a vase and others
Yes. If you search for it, you can find a copy on line.
When Shakespeare retired he left London and returned to his home in Stratford.
Shakespeare left his hometown of Stafford because all along he wanted to be a play writer and actor so he left for London
I think that the legacy that William Shakespeare left us is his beautiful plays and sonnets that he left us to cherish forever.
William Shakespeare left Stratford upon Avon in the mid 1580s becuase he was accused of poaching deer.
Shakespeare did not change his life in any way as a result of Hamnet's death. Shakespeare left Stratford for London sometime between 1585 and 1590. Hamnet did not die until 1596, by which time Shakespeare was well-settled in London.
you can be 16 to leave home
he didn't leave money to his wife because after he left his home town, him and his wife never really spoke to each after he left. he had no son to inherit his wealth and property. he only left his wife his second bed and that was it. he left everything else to his only daughter susane.
It is thought that his hometown Statford Upon Avon was haunted. Well, haunted by unemployment anyway. Shakespeare left Stratford to search for work.
Shakespeare was married to a woman older than him, who didn't give him a male heir. They did have a son, Hamnet that died at a young age, after this heartbreak Shakespeare left his family in Westminster Abbey to become an actor and writer in London. He became successful and provided for his wife and daughters until he moved back home. It is rumored than when Shakespeare died he didn't leave anything to his wife… Read More
Although it is possible that Shakespeare may have had to quit school because his father couldn't afford the fees, it is also possible that he finished school.
William Shakespeare left 10 dollars to the poor in his town. He also left his wife their marital bed. He left his daughter, Judith, the most in his will.
Shakespeare was born at home. People were not born in hospitals until the 20th century.
He was looking for work.
leave your home so you can see your friends and family's
Nobody knows. There is a romantic story that he was wanted for poaching and had to leave town but that is unsubstantiated gossip. As to how, I'm sure he walked.
yes you can its legal to leave home at 17
Can i leave school and get home tutored?"
They leave their home when they are about two years old.
Shakespeare died at home in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
William went to London to try his luck as an actor
william left his wife his second best matriss i think
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