At his writing desk which was somewhere in London, England.
William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.
No. William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet was written between the year's 1591 and 1595
No. What we know as "Romeo and Juliet" was written by William Shakespeare. Chaucer did write a "Troilus and Cressida" which may have been a source for the Shakespeare play of the same name.
William Shakespeare was not a scientist, he was a play writer and a play directer. But he did write the well known play, Romeo and Juliet.
a poem called the tragic story of Romeus and Juliet by Arthur Brook.
William Shakespeare was a famous British playwright. Other than Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare has written other plays such as Macbeth.
There are parallels to Romeo and Juliet, but no. William Shakespeare died centuries ago, and Stephanie Meyer wrote New Moon.
Around1595 This wasearly inhis career, which was from 1590 to 1613 more or less.
It is not known if Shakespeare always wrote in black pen. William Shakespeare's most famous work is Romeo and Juliet.
Arthur Brooke's Romeus and Juliet.
Yes he did but Romeo And Juliet is not one of them. Romeo and Juliet is a play. Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis is a poem. Yes, he wrote sonnets and long poems like Venus and Adonis.
No although he wrote Romeo and Juliet. Gnomeo and Juliet is just a different take on that!:)
It was his job. He wrote plays for a living, and the story of Romeo and Juliet was available and well-known. Shakespeare only needed to adapt it as a play.
He wrote the play, but he took the names of the characters and plot from a poem that had already been written.