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The major problems people find in accepting the man from Stratford wrote the works generally attributed to him
The genius playwright who wrote Tamburlaine and Dr Faustus; did he really die in 1593? or was his death faked, an did he live on to write his greatest works under a pseudonym?
Was this nobleman really Shakespeare? Did he use a pseudonym to avoid the supposed shame attached to an aristocrat who deigned to write for public theatres?
Lawyer, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, philosopher, writer, devotee of the arts and sciences, did he also write the works attributed to Shakespeare?