Shakespeare, in FactBook - 1994
Takes up the recurring question of who wrote what we know as Shakespeare, and concludes that it could be nobody but himself. Examines the record of his life, the relation of his writing and knowledge to that of comparable figures of his day, and the earliest publications of his works. Also assesses and dismisses the claims of the current front-runner for alternative author, the 17th earl of Oxford. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Publisher: New York : Continuum, 1994
Branch Call Number: Literature 822.33 Mat