The Apocryphal Shakespeare
C. F. Tucker Brooke
Apocryphile Press, 2004 - Drama - 516 pages
Many plays have borne the signature of William Shakespeare-but not all of them were actually written by him. This volume collects all of those plays attributed to the Bard at one time or another that scholars today reject. It provides accurate, complete texts, with critical and supplementary matter by Shakespearean scholar C.F. Tucker Brooke. Still performed, studied, and enjoyed, this is a delicious feast of frauds. Originally published in 1908, now back in print after nearly forty years.
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