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Though a lot of Shakespeare's life can be speculated upon since there is little information available about his personal affairs, is it possible that he 'writes himself in' to some of his fantastical tales with overlying elements of the otherworld? What do we know that could suggest Shakespeare added in elements of his life to his plays?
It is true that Shakespeare as a figure has been shrouded in mystery concerning much of his personal life (other than through documents of his family and official papers). However, I recall a time where a professor told me that Shakespeare once had a young song named Hamnet, whom unfortunately died at an early age. After some research I discovered that years later Shakespeare had produced one of his most tragic plays the world has known to date; "Hamlet". No, the prince of Denmark bears no known semblance to Shakespeare's son other than his distinguishing name, but even that is enough to make me consider that perhaps in his own way, young Hamnet was the inspiration for this poetic tragedy.
What is the difference between a verb and a noun?
Here is a great trick to remember the main difference: A NOUN is: - a Person (like me!) - a Place (like home!) - a thing (I can touch! like a chair!) a VERB is: - an action word! If you have to move your body, the word is a verb! - to run and breathe and see! we use verbs for our actions!