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TOPIC: Earliest evidence ?

Earliest evidence ? 7 years 9 months ago #2440

  • Mike thomas
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hi all,

does any one know what is the earlist documented evidence relating to WS?

I read different things from different places, such as his father's proffession etc.

Who is named first? WS, Anne H, her dad or what.

see what i'm saying?

the very first evidence that WS actually lived.

regards and thanks
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Re: Earliest evidence ? 5 years 1 month ago #5474

  • Sally Johnson
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There have been a lot of debates on whether or not he actually existed, or if he wrote the plays. There's a lot of evidence pointing towards the fact that he didn't write anything himself. Watch interviews arguing different theories here:


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Re: Earliest evidence ? 5 years 1 month ago #5481

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Shakespeare existed but didn’t really write anything. It’s obvious from his background. You can learn more about the political scandal of it all at a new films site, explaining relationships between people in Elizabethan England: anonymous-movie.com/
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