They were about two ales to the festivities when a second member of the group walked in. It had been John Fletcher. He was the among the few. It Had Been this first Friday of this month and this gang was there. John liked acting and thought this whole thing got started. So it was not surprising that he came in late, he’d a job. Everyone was used to him trying to catch up with others and coming in. The group began gathering a few months ago and their number had grown in size. They were very diverse, but most were from the theatre district. 



There were two gentlemen debating if he was good for England or good for them and about King James. Since they’d become the King’s Men they’ve prospered mightily. They were busy acting in the King’s court in addition to other courts in addition they performed. It appeared since the argument was getting heated, as though they’d come to blows. When John heard Ben say he wasn’t educated and didn’t deserve to be in the place he was in. Ben deserved everything he got and boasted he’d attended Cambridge. John believed that a mistake had been made by Ben. He said he believed William Shakespeare, he, was a graduate of some establishment that was great or Oxford. 



But William Shakespeare explained with a laugh that he wasn’t as lucky as his esteemed companion. Then he started to tell his story. Some had heard portions of it before, but most hadn’t. So all eyes and ears had been on William. William Shakespeare spoke of his meager beginnings while being born at Stratford Upon Avon about 95 miles southeast of London. His father wasn’t schooled and couldn’t even write his name nor could his mother. But William Shakespeare decided not to continue his story since he wasn’t ready. He was rather lucky to have done what he did, but he wasn’t ready to tell his story quite yet. His story will continue, but you should get it in my blog. It’s written in this narrative by me and it fits a lot of this blanks about this Shakespeare biography to get this rest of Shakespeare’s biography.