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Shakespeare Example Outline Topic: Shakespeare Thesis: Shakespeare was the greatest writer of the Renaissance time period. Thesis with Map: Shakespeare’s early life in Stratford, plays, and later life molded him into a man who would later be the best writer of the Renaissance time period. I. Introduction: Shakespeare’s early life in Stratford molded him into a man who would later be a master of his craft. His plays and sonnets supersede any other writings before his time. Even in his later years, he was still able to produce the best of his works. His lifetime of written artistry makes him the best writer of the Renaissance time period. II. Early Life in Stratford A. Shakespeare’s Family 1. Shakespeare’s Father 2. Shakespeare’s Mother B. Shakespeare’s Marriage Note: This outline should be in 1. Life of Anne Hathaway COMPLETE sentence form. I 2. Reference in Shakespeare’s poems have only used a skeleton outline III. Shakespeare’s Works here as an example. A. Plays 1. Tragedies a. Hamlet b. Romeo and Juliet 2. Comedies a. The Tempest b. Much Ado About Nothing 3. Histories a. King John b. Richard III c. Henry VIII B. Sonnets C. Other Poems IV. Shakespeare’s Later Years A. Last two plays B. Retired to Stratford 1. Death 2. Burial Shakespeare Example Outline V. Conclusion A. Analytical Summary 1. Shakespeare’s early life 2. Shakespeare’s Works 3. Shakespeare’s later years B. Thesis reworded C. Concluding statement Shakespeare produced a lifetime of works that have yet to be matched by any other writer. His time spent in Stratford created a man who produced tragedies, comedies, histories, and sonnets unparalleled by no other. I feel that had Shakespeare not lived, the world would not have produced some of the great writers, such as James Fennimore Cooper or William Faulkner. Where would the free thinkers like Emerson or Thoreau have found their written inspiration? He was revolutionary in his style and creation of words not yet known to the human tongue. He was a creator and nurturer of a fine written language that touched so many. Who else has been quoted more? Not only was he the best Renaissance writer, but he is also the best writer to have ever lived!
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