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Bacon not Shakespeare

being an argument to show that Francis Bacon not William Shakespeare wrote the plays and poems commonly attributed to the latter

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        StatementPriv. print for the use of the members of the Chile club
        PublishersPriv. print for the use of the members of the Chile club
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        LC Classifications1923
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 73 p. :
        Number of Pages86
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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Is it simpler to believe that a man named William Shakespeare wrote the works that bear his name, or is it simpler to believe that:• Nor did any easy falling into arguments but unjustly taken for a blemish in the most appear less than an ornament to him: the ears of the hearer receiving omre gratification, than trouble: and so no less sorry when he Bacon not Shakespeare to conclude, than displeased with any did interrupt him.

Quoted in Smith, Emma 2004.

Was Shakespeare the Real Author of His Plays?

149—51: "I do not know of a single professor of the 1,300-member Shakespeare Association of America who questions the identity of Shakespeare. The entire work can be despatched on their treatment of Bacon alone, which casually displays not only their ignorance, but an appalling disregard for due diligence.

A section at the end aside, the writing was, by 's reckoning, in Bacon's hand; indeed, his signature appears on folio 115 verso. 1—4 quoted inp.

Lord Bacon Did Not Write Shakespeare's Works

" A couple of references were made in. The well-worn arguments have become encrusted with the dead weight of time. In 's storythe dedicated "sock collector" Archibald Mulliner is told that Bacon wrote plays for Shakespeare.