How did Shakespeare make his name when he first moved to London in the early 1590s?
Shakespeare first made his name in London as the poet who wrote Venus and Adonis. Shakespeare’s poem is an erotic and ironic tale of frustrated seduction. It was printed in ten editions during the poet’s lifetime and it was an instant favourite. In Epigrammes in the oldest cut, and newest fashion (1599) John Weever wrote a […]Continue reading