|Famous as||Greatest Writer|
|Born on||26 April 1564|
|Born in||Stratford, United Kingdom|
|Died on||23 April 1616|
|Works & Achievements||A Lover's Complaint, Romeo and Juliet, and Love Labor's Lost|
Shakespeare’s major writing consist poems, sonnets and plays representing a rainbow of human emotions and nature. Tragic and tragicomedies remained the centre of this writing throughout career and proved to be dominant factor in his success. His famous tragic play Romeo and Juliet in 1599, which ended with the fateful end of Julius Caesar, was a legendry success and remains so till this day. Othello, another masterpiece in this league, has been translated into several languages and has been adopted into movies. He later moved on to tragicomedies and romances and authored poems such as A Lover’s Complaint and The Phoenix and the Turtle which reflect the finest example of love, sexual passion, procreation, romance, time and death.