Conspiracy Theory Of William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare was an English playwright, poet, and an actor. He is famously known by the title of “England’s national poet” and the “Bard of Avon”. Shakespeare’s plays are important to today’s modern culture, and majorly impacted the late 1500’s and early 1600’s. Although there’s a relatively substantial amount of evidence that he is the author of his 37 plays, his authorship was questioned for a long time, beginning in the 18th century. Claims were made according to the Shakespeare Conspiracy Theory, that the main contenders for the authorship are Francis Bacon and Edward de Vere. There are many reasons that prove William Shakespeare’s claimed authorship was authentic.

William Shakespeare was a poet born on the 23rd of April in 1564. He was born into Stratford-Upon-Avon. (Shmoop Editorial Team) If you’ve ever read any of Shakespeare’s plays, they’re all quite well written, including proper grammar, metaphorical phrases, and many other good writing techniques any good writer may know and see frequently in other English pieces. William Shakespeare came from an illiterate household, and growing up with parents, mother Mary Shakespeare, and father John Shakespeare, whom were both presumably illiterate as well as his sisters Susan and Judith. Many scholars would argue after coming to light that Shakespeare came from a household where everyone lacked a proper education for such success, that there is no possible way he himself can have such writing skills.
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