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 the tragedy "Hamlet" between 1599 and 1601. The play is set in Denmark, and tells the story of Prince Hamlet, who tries to get revenge on his uncle, because
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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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