Shakespeare, in fact

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Continuum, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 331 pages
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Argues that a more thorough approach to understanding the Elizabethan period will end the debate over who is the true author of the famous plays, and create a deeper understanding of who Shakespeare was

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SHAKESPEARE, IN FACT

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Although more than 300 books have disputed the authorship of poems and plays most often attributed to Shakespeare, Matus (the scholarly Shakespeare, 1991—not reviewed) now offers what he believes ... Read full review

Contents

Authors Preface
9
Shakespeare of Stratford His Record
24
On the Paper Trail of the Player and
52
Copyright

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