Where did poor people live in Shakespeare's time?
On the Streets of London.
Everyone who loved theater. There was theater for the poor and theater for the rich.
the poor people lived in workhouses it was horrible. you were sometimes separated
The poor people live in the street or live in little shack houses. The poor people go knocking on other peoples door and begging for money and they go work for other people to give them water and bread to survive for the day.
what was the culture of the people in shakespeare time
Only 500 People where there
On cushioned seats
it was a tuff and bad time for the poor people in the 1500 1600 London was divide the west rich people live the east poor people lived b
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Pretty tough. There was no social support for the poorest. You starved, and had to either beg or steal to get food. Shakespeare's portrayal of "Poor Tom" gives some idea of the situation of Bedlam beggars.
well back in shakespeares time people loved shakespeares plays people would go to the theatres all the time and watch his plays in shakespeares time art,literature and music were getting more popular and noticed so people definetly enjoyed his plays as going to the theatres and watchin plays especialy shakepeares was a form of entertainment. back in those days plays were very popular and the 'inn thing'
because in developing countries, many people are poor and can't afford to buy expensive meat all the time.
1 person lived there, and it was shakespear!!!
they thought he was a squirrel made af neon cheese cakes
England may have had around five million in 1600.
The Great Depression was going on at this time, which made people poor.
no but it was very uncommon to bath as they didn't know about germs in Shakespeares time.
Immediately before entering the theatre. People paid at the door to get in. You couldn't get advance tickets.
Many people believed in the supernatural. Shakespeare reflects this in some of the scenes in his plays.
Rich people would pay the expenses of writers or artists. They were the patrons of the arts.
They were balanced, some people liked it, some not.
Boo, catcall, throw things at the actors.
begged for money. what do poor people nomaly do
It gave them a way to get to know other people and learn about stuff.
The usual things: diseases (plague and syphilis were big ones), accidents, old age.
The usual way. They had jobs, made money, ate, drank, slept, made babies. In a married couple, only the husband usually had an outside job as running a household was full-time work, especially if there were kids to be cared for as well. Rich people, of course, could afford to get other people to do that kind of stuff for them, so they could spend more time politicking.
Everyone did except the extremely rich (who could afford to have the actors put on the play in their homes) and the extremely poor (who could not even afford the one penny ticket price).
I am not sure exactly but it was between 5 and 10 million. noo its Chinese India
probally by foot or horse and carrage(only the rich could afford to ride in 'style'!
workhouses or the streets
Which of these describes the attributes of Shakespeares characters that set his work apart from many other playwrights of his time?
they were complex and resembled real people...apex(:
of Renaissance drama.
Yes they were very, very poor at least for a time. When Shakespeare married Anne, he was only 18, but he would have been expected, as all married men were, to provide the means of living to his wife and, shortly thereafter, his child. Life at this stage must have been quite difficult for the Shakespeares.
He lived in the Elizabethian time peroid
There were no poor Tudors, the Tudors were the name of the Royal family of England at that time in history. The poor people were called the English. At at that time about 80% of the English people were farmers, or worked in Agriculture in some way.
A lot of doctors have spent time working with poor people.
Shakespeare's plays still live because people keep on performing them all the time and all over the planet. His sonnets get anthologized and read all the time too. Shakespeare's plays and sonnets are often a part of school literature curricula and why not? Even the Internet helps. Do you know how many websites there are about Shakespeare? How many videos of people saying speeches from the plays? Or reading the sonnets? It boggles the mind.
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He was a policeman of sorts.
usually, they don't. The most common reason is that the poachers are very poor, and can live a long time off the money from poaching and selling a gorilla.
People who help the poor are called missionaries, volunteers, nuns, etc. Many people help the poor by donating their time and money.
one was rick 1 was poor
Crowded and smelly. It was one of the largest cities in the world at the time, and had no sewer system. People only took baths to try to cure themselves of syphilis.
Not much. Breakfast was not considered a meal as such; people would just eat a piece of bread or some leftovers to tide them over until the midday meal.
Some Elizabethans were opposed to people having a good time on the basis that as far as they were concerned, God didn't like it. Having a good time included going to plays, Shakespeare's or anyone's.
Records are scanty on Shakespeare and most other people who were not relatives of royalty in his time. It is not a conspiracy, and using the word Mystery is questionable.
Politicians did not spend any time trying to be popular with the people at large. Instead, they spent their time trying to be popular with the monarch, who was the most powerful person in the country, and with those close to the monarch.
Most of the time, they do.
Not All Because of the earthquake in haiti. they keep having aftershocks and its terrible at this time. haiti is a pretty poor country and alot of people steal apparently
it was a dramatic time and people were goin crazy and William saved them by creating plays to entertain people and give them something to do instead of fighting
In his time, young boys did the role of ladies.