What Inspired Shakespeare to Write?

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Shakespeare's writing was inspired by the great authors Ovid and Seneca. Nature was another of Shakespeare's inspirations as birds are a repeated subject in his novels and he also took interest in the lives of great men so history was his other influence.
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Shakespeare wrote plays because there was a paycheck in it for him.
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It is very hard to know this answer for sure. Like many great
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He went to college for history so that inspired the historical plays but other than that not much is known because no one thought i playwright is important enough to write a biography
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Hi, Keegan, Thanks for calling upon "Allexperts" for an opinion regarding Shakespeare's motivation to write. Be sure to notice that I said "opinion" in my opening
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