Real Identity of Shakespeare. (Possibly Christopher Marlowe?)
"To be or not to be." Did Shakespeare really write these words? One would think so, but did he? Studies within the past one hundred and twenty years have suggested otherwise. Is it possible that some of Shakespeare's greatest works were not actually Shakespearian but written by Christopher Marlowe? Not only is it plausible, it is factual.
<Tab/>Marlowe, Born in 1564, was born in the cathedral town of Canterburry. He was educated at Cambridge on a scholarship given to people preparing for the ministry. Marlowe's life was surrounded in mystery, it is possible he was not only a…
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