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William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 and died of unknown causes at age 52 on his own birthday on April 23, 1616. The education Shakespeare received comprised learning to talk and write in Latin. At that time, Shakespeare could have been expected to interpret Latin into English and English to Latin. In addition, he analyzed the works of classical authors and dramatists like Ovid, Plautus, Horace, Virgil, Cicero, and Seneca. When Shakespeare was 14, he left college and not much is known of his life until he was 18 when he married Anne Hatheway, who was 26 and several months pregnant. Shakespeare was away in London for long amounts of time, until he retired. When he stayed in Stratford until his departure. He was buried at Holy Trinity Church. Shakespeare is best known for being a dramatist who wrote numerous plays entertainment. To this day, many different types of theatre businesses put on Shakespeare plays, from little amateur groups to big professional businesses. Shakespeare's contribution to the arts also comprises numerous movie and tv productions of his plays, his plots, characters, and poetry. William Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hatheway was born in 1556. She dwelt in Shottery that wasn't far from Stratford. The house was shared between Anne and her brother after the death of the parents. She wed Shakespeare at November, 1582. Anne gave birth to three children, Susanna at 1583, and the twins Hamnet and Judith in 1585. Shakespeare has often been thought to have disliked his wife. For most of their union, he lived in London while she stayed in Stratford. Additionally, Shakespeare abandoned Anne just the "second-best bed," according to his will. During that time period, "that the best-bed" was.