William Shakespeare Essay | Shakespeare: Bard or Fraud?

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Shakespeare: Bard or Fraud?

Summary: Discusses evidence that William Shakespeare may not have existed. Proposes the idea that Shakepeare could be Edward de Vere or Christopher Marlowe.
Shakespeare, a fraud? I believe that Shakespeare is fake, and that he is actually Edward de Vere. Some people may think that Shakespeare is actually a really person or, some may even think that Shakespeare is actually Christopher Marlowe. But, Marlowe could not have been Shakespeare for some various reasons. Therefore, de Vere was actually the true Shakespeare because in Shakespeare's work there are several interesting phrases that match de Vere's phrases and in some plays the plot paralleled de Vere's, having it impossible for Marlowe to be Shakespeare and, Shakespeare being a fake.

Firstly, `Shakespeare' wrote several phrases that de Vere wrote, he also wrote plays that had events that happened to de Vere. Although there a many to chose from, this is probably the part that is the most obvious that de Vere is Shakespeare. In a beginner's guide to authorship problems, they say...

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