Could it be? Thanks to William Shakespeare, I fell in love with the beauty of the printed word in high school. ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com
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From the New York Times in the USA:
Much Ado About Who: Is It Really Shakespeare?
Further Proof of Shakespeare’s Hand in ‘The Spanish Tragedy’
By JENNIFER SCHUESSLER
Published: August 12, 2013
For nearly two centuries, scholars have debated whether some 325 lines in the 1602 quarto edition of Thomas Kyd’s play “The Spanish Tragedy” were, in fact, written by Shakespeare.
Last year, the British scholar Brian Vickers used computer analysis to argue that the so-called Additional Passages were by Shakespeare, a claim hailed by some as the latest triumph of high-tech Elizabethan text mining.
But now, a professor at the University of Texas says he has found something closer to definitive proof using a more old-fashioned method: analyzing Shakespeare’s messy handwriting.
In a terse four-page paper, to be published in the…
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