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Much ado about Shakespeare

By Kevin O’Kelly
April 15, 2010

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One of the most persistent boondoggles of the literary past has been the repeated effort to prove that Shakespeare’s works were not written by William Shakespeare or, as he is dismissively called by those disputing his authorship, the “Stratford man.’’ (Full article: 568 words)

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