Troubled Years

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Date: June 30, 2009
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(Ordish 423). Many times Shakespeare had to act to fill in the gaps in his performances and to make them better. The first ten major plays were not very good for him because seven of them had major problems. If one of the leading actors were not sick, one of them was dead...
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If one of the leading actors were not sick, one of them was dead. (Levi, 155). Many times throughout his career he had writer's block or just did not have the time to write. In 1605, He wrote nothing. He was too busy acting. While he was acting he wrote a few things that were never published...
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