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This book is a must read for anyone who has an interest in the Shakespearean authorship debate. It takes a highly critical and very well argued stance against the 'evidence' traditionally expounded by Stratfordians including an extensive response to the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust's "60 minutes with Shakespeare". It shows that the majority of the Stratfordian arguments are very weak, often without substance, sometimes outright forgeries and that many writers have continued to repeat such evidence (often simply because they read it in an earlier book supporting the Stratfordian cause) without critically examining it.
As the book says on the front cover, it is "exposing an… Read more