The Shakespeare Mind Map Series Summer / Fall 2020

The Shakespeare Mind Map Series Introduction, Summer 2020 offers a section on each of Shakespeare’s plays, giving information about their major themes…
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First in the Shakespeare Mind Map Series, Summer 2020
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This is the second in this Summers Shakespeare series.
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The third in the Shakespeare Summer Series
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This is the 4th Map in the Shakespeare Summer Series. Henry VI was written in three parts and performed as Part two first, then Part Three and finally…
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The fifth in the Shakespeare Summer Series and the final part of Henry the VI. Evidence suggests that Henry VI Part 1 was written after the second two…
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Titus Andronicus is perhaps best known for its extreme violence. It features at least five stabbings, two throat slittings, and one hand amputation—an…
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The long and bloody civil war between the houses of York and Lancaster has ended with the murder, in prison, of the Lancastrian King Henry VI. Edward …
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Shakespeare Summer Series mind map Edward III 1592-1593
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Shakespeare Summer Series Mind Map The comedy of Errors 1594
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Shakespeare Summer Series Mind Map Venus and Adonis 1592-1593. This is not a play by Shakespeare but a Poem.
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Shakespeare Summer Series Mind Map The Rape of Lucrece 1593-1594. This is not a play by Shakespeare but a Poem.
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Love’s Labour’s Lost - The thrust of the play is clear enough: that it is absurd for men to cut themselves off from women and from love in order to fi…
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First of three plays written in 1595 by Shakespeare and the first year that theatres reopened after the Great Plague.
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The Second and the most famous of all of Shakespeare plays, written and performed in 1595 after the great Plague.
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The final of three plays by Shakespeare written and performed in 1595 the year when the Great Plague ended.
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King John, in full The Life and Death of King John, chronicle play in five acts by William Shakespeare, written perhaps in 1594–96 and published in th…
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The next in the Shakespeare Summer / Fall 2020 Series
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Shakespeare Summer / Fall series 2020. The merry wives of Windsor. The only play that Shakespeare wrote with a setting solely in England.
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The second part of Henry the 4th, many of the characters in part 1 are seen again in part 2.
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Continuing the series of Shakespeare's plays, this play is Henry V regarded as Shakespeares most patriotic play in English History and resonates w…
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The first of Shakespeare's Roman Plays. A play full of themes such as Ambition, Power Struggles and Political Manipulation.
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As You Like It is one of Shakespeare’s most enduringly popular plays.
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One of the most famous Shakespearian tragedies, Hamet, Prince of Denmark
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The primary plot of Much Ado About Nothing turns on the courtship and scandal involving young Hero and her suitor, Claudio, but the witty war of words…
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Shakespeares play 12th Night a comedy which is set at the End of Christmas.
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The Final Map in the section of Shakespeare plays between 1594 and 1602
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The first play in the last section of the Shakespeare Mind Map Series 2020. Look in collections for the whole series.
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Shakespeares Othello, one of the first plays to touch on the subject of interracial marriage.
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Shakespeare Play King Lear, the ultimate in tregedy.
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Shakespeares play Timon of Athens, Rags to riches in five acts.
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Shakespeares play All's well that ends well
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Shakespeares play Pericles, Prince of Tyre (1607). In this map, Acts are replaced by Scenes
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Shakespeares Play Coriolanus, written and performed in 1608
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Shakespeare play The Winters Tale, written and performed between 1609 and 1610
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Shakespeares play Cymbeline, written and performed between 1610 and 1611.
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Shakespeares play The Tempest written and performed between 1610 and 1611. This is where we find the Spirit of the air, namely Ariel
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Shakespeare Play Henry VIII, The famous king and his six wives.
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Shakespeares play The Two Nobel Kinsmen, the final play in the Shakespeare Mind Map Series
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Shakespeares Antony and Cleopatra, written and produced in 1606
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All of Shakespeare plays in one map year by year
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As well as being an amazing storyteller, Shakespeare was a master of the English language. Shakespeare belongs to everyone. He was writing for everyon…
Graham Smith
These Mind Maps offer a section on each of Shakespeare’s plays, giving information about their major themes: a concise description of their principal characters a breakdown of the action arranged by act and scene and a full synopsis of their plots. This will be followed by information about each play’s reputation and impact over the ages. You can find the Introduction mind map at the following location https://bit.ly/30yBfC1 and the first in the series at https://bit.ly/3cWU9ov The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Also, I intend to include informative sections on Shakespeare’s narrative poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece, on his sonnets, and on his other two poems, A Lover’s Complaint and The Phoenix and the Turtle. The exact order in which Shakespeare wrote his works is uncertain. In these Mind Maps, I will follow both the text and the chronology of the Complete Oxford Shakespeare, General Editors Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, first published in 1986. It was reissued in 2005 with the addition of Edward III, which by that time was generally agreed to have been written at least partly by Shakespeare, and the full text of Sir Thomas More, a play that survives only in manuscript, and to which Shakespeare appears to have contributed at least one fine scene.
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