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Was Shakespeare Shakespeare? : a lawyer reviews the evidence

Author: Milward W Martin
Publisher: New York : Cooper Square Publishers, 1965.
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Martin, Milward W.
Was Shakespeare Shakespeare?
New York, Cooper Square Publishers, 1965
(OCoLC)575435003
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Milward W Martin
OCLC Number: 909641
Description: xii, 155 pages : facsimile ; 24 cm
Contents: The Lotus-Eaters of Anti-Stratfordia --
On what meat do these our anti-Stratfordian friends feed? --
"Let's forget for awhile the thing called evidence" --
The early documented proof that Shakespeare of Stratford was the author --
The Documents showing the long and intimate association between Shakespeare of Stratford and his fellow actors --
His will throws great and revealing light on the question of authorship --
His Stratford monument --
The first folio --
The cost of publishing the first folio --
The Stratford documents --
Inaccuracies with which anti-Stratfordians clutter, or at least obfuscate, the record --
That impossible Elizabethan "plot" to hide the true authorship --
Newly discovered facts that reveal indirect bearing on the authorship question --
Those pretenders --
It was Shakespeare of Stratford who was the author
Responsibility: by Milward W. Martin.

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