The importance of family relationships you like in William Shakespeare's "You Like It" is greatly influenced by relationships drawn for various purposes; this relationship gives the audience a comedy, compassion and various other It causes emotion. Until the promise from parents and children's bonds to husbands and wives promises, "You like it" has many familiar relationships - there are many new promises at the end of the game. First, I will explain the relationship between Duke Senior and Rosalind and the importance of Duke Frederick and Celia's relationship.
William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was born in Stuffon-Evan, England in April 1564. John Shakespeare's son is grabber, and his mother, Mary Arden, comes from a wealthy family. William Shakespeare is the largest of the three sons and has four daughters. Since Shakespeare's death, there are many books about Shakespeare and his work. For example, Shakespeare was written by Oberley in his life in the 17th century ... the greatest poet. In addition, Shakespeare is the world's most famous writer. Other authors' works have not been published many times in many places or in such a wide range of places. In Shakespeare, there are rarely other writers who know the nature of man. He can notice the quality of everyone in a special dramatic case.
That record relates to the family of William Shakespeare. Through these, we can understand Shakespeare's early life background and the family's life. John Shakespeare married Mary Arden with eight children. John and Mary lost the two daughters as a baby, so William became their eldest son. John Shakespeare is a glove maker, but it is also an important person in the town of Stratford and has established a position of citizenship. The improvement in his status means that he is more likely to let Shakespeare's local grammar school go for education. John received the badge and is now displayed in the monument on the tomb of Shakespeare of the Holy Trinity Church. Outside Shakespeare 's hometown of Shakespeare' s hometown, a new version of Shakespeare is on Shakespeare 's new entrance.