Education without College

“I never let my schooling get in the way of my education” — Mark Twain. It may be that the most important biographical element of Shakespeare’s life was his supposed time in Lancashire, England. This period from 1585 – 1592 referred to as the lost years, may have helped develop him as a writer and truly master the English language. Gaining the ability to manipulate words to flow seamlessly together was quite important and may have led to his overall success. The theory that he ma have been a teacher also plays to his development of the English language. These “lost years” may be the reason why he rights like the valedictorian of a class when he never saw a glimpse of university teachings.

Shakespeare Lost Years


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