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British historian Geoffrey Marsh said that he turned to figure out what area of London English playwright William Shakespeare wrote the play “Romeo and Juliet”. About it reports BBC News.
It is believed that Shakespeare worked on this piece, living near the place where today is located the train station Liverpool street. However, Marsh argues that the writer lived at number 35 on the street, great St. Helens, connecting Central city street with St Helen’s Church. In order to find out the exact place of residence of the poet, the historian would want to compare many different sources in which appears the name of the author.
According to March, new data about where the poet lived, give readers the opportunity to understand where he drew his inspiration, in fact, according to recently obtained information, Shakespeare lived in a rich neighborhood, and his neighbors were wealthy merchants, doctors and musicians. In addition, communicating with them, the playwright improve their social status and acquire familiar throughout Europe.
Earlier in the year 2017, the film is based on love Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo+Juliet” film critics have called the best romance of 1990-ies. The film was released in 1996. The main role in the film played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes and directed by Baz Luhrmann.
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