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March 24, 2013


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If imitation is the sincerest from of flattery, I only wish that it was done better. But, as we witness this real Shakespeare play, truth will tell and the world will know that he, Shakespeare, was mediocre, banal , plagiarist of my great plays. In his Tragedy of King Arthur we find mere palimpsests of my Hamlet, Taming of the Shrew, all my history plays and much more although he seems to have omitted King Lear - probably too profound for him.

So glad to hear from you, Sir Francis... and so glad to get straightened out about who wrote all those great plays we thought were by Shakespeare! What a revelation!

Thanks so much for writing in!

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